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  • adj. unvaccinated


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non- +‎ vaccinated


  • Of nonvaccinated children, 85% developed recurring ear infections.

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  • The cases of GBS that resulted from the swine flu vaccine were no different, in terms of the severity of paralysis and weakness, from those that had emerged in nonvaccinated individuals, except for the fact that those who developed GBS without having been vaccinated were, as in my own case, far more likely to have had an acute illness in the month preceding GBS.

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  • Gruber C, Kulig M, Bergmann R, et al. Delayed hypersensitivity to tuberculin, total immunoglobulin E, specific sensitization, and atopic manifestations in longitudinally followed early Bacille Calmette-Guerin-vaccinated and nonvaccinated children.

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  • At the time, the FDA said the intussusception rate wasn't higher than the rate that would be expected among nonvaccinated infants.

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  • In test tubes these antibodies stopped cocaine in its tracks, and when the vaccine was injected into mice before cocaine exposure, the animals displayed much less hyperactivity when given cocaine even in large, repeated doses than nonvaccinated mice. -- Top News

  • If childhood vaccines are safe, why are 560000 vaccinated children afflicted with autism while nonvaccinated Amish and Mennonite children rarely have the disease? - Articles related to Many pregnant H1N1 victims saved by flu drugs

  • "Sometimes, the indirect effect of vaccination on the nonvaccinated individuals can be greater than the direct effect on individuals vaccinated," they wrote. - medical news plus CME for physicians

  • Researchers also involved vaccinated (inactivated vaccine only) and nonvaccinated yearlings in the influenza challenge in order to compare the results in the foals. News

  • Results showed that mice receiving two inoculations with EbolaδVP30 were protected against lethal infection with a mouse-adapted EBOV and viral levels in the blood of vaccinated mice were noticeably lower that those in nonvaccinated mice.

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  • The risk for vaccinated versus nonvaccinated (independent of vaccine type) was 0.28 (95% CI: 0. 10-0.76).

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