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  • adjective medicine Modified by addition of an adjuvant

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  • There are no data on the use of so-called adjuvanted flu vaccine in pregnant women, which may add to the already high degree of reluctance many pregnant women feel about taking any medication or therapy.

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  • There are no data on the use of so-called adjuvanted flu vaccine in pregnant women, which may add to the already high degree of reluctance many pregnant women feel about taking any medication or therapy.

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  • There are no data on the use of so-called adjuvanted flu vaccine in pregnant women, which may add to the already high degree of reluctance many pregnant women feel about taking any medication or therapy.

    Canadian Online Health News

  • Recommendations for the use of seasonal flu vaccines for 2010/2011 remain unchanged, it said, the issue of narcolepsy had not been linked with any other H1N1 pandemic flu vaccines, seasonal flu vaccines or any other adjuvanted, or boosted, vaccines used in childhood immunization programs.

    Swine Flu Shot Under Review After Narcolepsy Link

  • The outcome of the WHO consultation was that no significant safety concerns or barriers to evaluating or using adjuvanted vaccines for the current H1N1 virus were raised.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • In June of this year, the WHO held consultations on the safety of adjuvanted influenza vaccines to discuss known and theoretical safety concerns.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • If a safe and effective adjuvanted swine flu vaccine can be developed, manufacturers may be able to provide enough vaccine for the entire U.S. population within a span of several months thereafter.

    Director's Blog » Blog Archive » The Current Outbreak of Swine Flu in the United States

  • All evidence is suggesting that the adjuvanted vaccine is just as safe as the unadjuvanted vaccine.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Apparently, the adjuvanted vaccine offers greater protection than the non-adjuvant vaccine.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • CBO estimates that it would cost between $1.2 billion and $1.8 billion to build new facilities for producing adjuvanted cell-based vaccines and between $7.6 billion and $11.4 billion to build new production facilities for cell-based vaccines without adjuvants.

    Director's Blog » Blog Archive » U.S. Policy Regarding Pandemic-Influenza Vaccines

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