|NOUN1 || vaccination | - |
|NOUN2 || a vaccination | vaccinations |
|SYNO ||inoculation | vaccination|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Feline vaccination is animal vaccination applied to cats.
- Wilkinson was an anti-vaccinationist. He contributed to "The Vaccination Inquirer" and completed a series of "Vaccination Tracts" in 1879.
- Napier was a vigorous campaigner against mandatory vaccination.
- There had been strong opposition to compulsory smallpox vaccination in Leicester for many years and, as a strong supporter of vaccination, Millard had to work within this established framework.
- Ross was a staunch opponent of vaccination. He stated that vaccines were dangerous and useless to prevent smallpox.
- The National Anti-Vaccination League grew from earlier smaller organizations in London, originally under the title Anti-Compulsory Vaccination League (ACVL) in response to the government making smallpox vaccination compulsory.
- Kanievsky endorsed vaccination for all, and wished experts success in the national campaign of vaccination.
- During the smallpox epidemic of 1871–1873 he studied the outbreak and came to the conclusion that vaccination was inefficient to prevent disease.
- Alongside the ebola vaccination, Addo worked on a recombinant live vaccination to tackle the Middle East Respiratory syndrome (MERS) vaccination.
- On 5 January, Ministry of Health presented a vaccination plan with an estimate of 50k vaccination a month and 16% of total population in the first quarter of the year.
- The Stop Mandatory Vaccination website and associated Facebook group are some of the major hubs of the American anti-vaccination movement.
- Ward contributed to the "National Anti-Compulsory Vaccination Reporter", an anti-vaccination journal.
- During 2011, the CIA ran a fake hepatitis vaccination clinic in Abbottabad, Pakistan in an attempt to locate Osama bin Laden.
- Warnings About Vaccination Expectations NZ (WAVESnz), formerly the Immunisation Awareness Society (IAS), is a New Zealand anti-vaccination lobby group.
- The Vaccination Act 1853 introduced compulsory smallpox vaccination in England and Wales. By 1871 legislation required a comprehensive system of registration run by appointed vaccination officers.
- By eliminating or reducing cost as a barrier to vaccination, the VFC program encourages improved vaccination coverage among eligible children.
- By 2009, Wilyman was a member of the Australian Vaccination-risks Network (AVN), an anti-vaccination group, and coordinates two anti-vaccination groups; Vaccination Decisions and Vaccination Choice.
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