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- n. An expert in vaccinology
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The most outspoken proponent of this view was Paul Offit, the Philadelphia-based pediatrician and vaccinologist.
Bruce E. Ivins - was a microbiologist and vaccinologist at the USAMRIID who supposedly committed suicide on July 27th 2008 rather than face criminal indictment, trial and possible execution for the Amerithrax investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Why else would a vaccinologist own a book that was superficially about disease?
"This is an attractive approach," says vaccinologist Kathryn Edwards of Vanderbilt
Dr. Scott Halperin, a vaccinologist from Dalhousie University in Halifax, says a newly formed, federally funded research network hopes to get ethics approval to test the assumption it is unsafe to give people with egg allergies flu shots.
I can’t speak for the whole “medical-pharmaceutical complex”, but I would assure Ms. Phillips, if I had any reason to believe she would listen, that no responsible “vaccinologist” would contend that there is zero risk to any vaccine; it’s always a question of balancing the risks of the disease against the risks of the vaccine.
said Dr. Mobeen Rathore, a vaccinologist and infectious disease expert at the
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