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  • n. Plural form of immunization.


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  • Second, any information reported about immunizations is only reportable from a population standpoint, so at no time can an individual's immunization status be shared with outside sources.

    Vaccines and Society

  • In a November 1984 East West Journal article, he called immunizations a "medical time bomb," and (as a paediatrician) said the "greatest threat to childhood diseases lies in the dangerous and ineffectual efforts made to prevent them."

    Printing: Early and Current Fears about Vaccine Dangers

  • Thimerosal was used as a preservative in immunizations for over thirty years without any observable adverse effects.


  • Dr. Yummy mentions that everyone is due for certain immunizations.

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  • So showering, trying to stay clean, and getting prompt care, if you start to get an infection rather than waiting for it to become an advanced infection, and staying up on the immunizations is the best we can do.

    CNN Transcript Sep 6, 2005

  • Antibody responses were detectable in 100% of subjects after two immunizations, which is notable for subunit vaccines in general.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • Mom knows for little Grayson, the visit and the immunizations are a must.

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  • All new plans starting this month must provide 100 percent coverage of certain preventive services such as immunizations, colonoscopies for adults 50 to 75 and mammograms for women 40 and older, based primarily on recommendations made by the U.S.

    Know what's considered preventive care

  • There are also videos showing the child survival tools that a health care worker uses, such as immunizations, offering even further transparency behind what exactly you are providing with your support.

    Peggy Conlon: Transparency in Global Giving: See Where the Good Goes

  • Moreover, these small businesses can receive direct help to provide PREVENTATIVE CARE, such as immunizations, in their health insurance policies, similar to benefits big companies sometimes provide their employees.

    Paul Abrams: The Absolute Dictatorship of Insurance Companies Over Healthcare Has Ended


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