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  • n. Plural form of immunisation.

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Examples

  • "If the Acts went any further than these 'immunisations' they would have to meet the standards set in the limitation clause, but would have difficulty since the immunisations tend to define the limits that can be set," said the statement.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Outpatient services, including general practice care such as immunisations, are available at Faith Hospital from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    Cayman Net News Daily Headlines

  • The Unicef report says that while interventions in some areas, such as immunisations or insecticide-treated bednets to prevent malaria, have been effective, there is a

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • The UNICEF report said that while interventions in some areas, such as immunisations or insecticide-treated bednets to prevent malaria, have been effective, there is a

    dailyindia.com News Feed

  • India spends just over 5 percent of its $1-trillion-GDP annually, largely in primary healthcare focusing on basic needs such as immunisations and common illnesses. expenditure is less than a third of what China spends, while the for about 80 percent of total spending in India's healthcare. medical tourism destination, with modern hospitals in cities offering premium care at prices that are a fraction of those in the west, but it has just 0.7 and 0.6 doctors per 1,000 people, well below the world average.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • A couple of days ago I wrote that it seems odd that tamiflu is dangerous for kids, but children will not be in the first wave of immunisations.

    BMA share my concerns about flu jabs for children

  • Today we hear the government are NOT, I repeat NOT, going to prioritise children for immunisations for swine flu.

    Government Logic

  • She may be entitled to a free net when she takes her children for immunisations but she has not yet taken the time to visit the clinic.

    Families cannot afford mosquito nets

  • GPs and nurses have been urged to take more care with immunisations after 108 patients, mostly children, were found to have suffered a mix-up when receiving vaccines such as MMR.Cases have involved the wrong child getting a jab, a wrong vaccine being used and under-18s being vaccinated without their parents' consent.

    Doctors warned to take more care after 108 immunisation mix-ups

  • However, other countries remain at risk for cases imported from the endemic countries, which is why immunisations in India and other endemic and at-risk countries will continue.

    Vital WHO work on essential medicines in jeopardy

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