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- adj. Not vaccinated
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not vaccinated; specifically, having never been successfully vaccinated.
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- adj. not vaccinated
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Each year approximately 26 million infants less than 1 year of age remain unvaccinated throughout the world.
The number of cases remained the same in unvaccinated age groups, so the strategy of vaccinating younger children rather than waiting until they go to college makes some sense, if your goal is to eliminate as much disease as possible the American way - without regard to cost.
A study of the outbreak in the German city of Duisburg found that at least 80\% of 614 measles cases in 2006 were reported as "unvaccinated".
A growing number of unvaccinated travelers are bringing the disease home, the CDC says.
From 1991 to 2004, the number of unvaccinated kids in states allowing philosophical exemptions more than doubled, found a study in Journal of the American Medical Association.
Between 2005 and 2010 the rates of unvaccinated children in New York and Connecticut doubled.
The Sacramento Bee reported Friday that some Northern California districts were defying the law by allowing unvaccinated students to come to school.
State education officials said allowing unvaccinated students on school premises at all broke state law, but that the education department had no power to sanction defiant districts.
When the researchers compared vaccinated and unvaccinated children, they found the rate of rotavirus-specific hospitalizations were 89 percent less for vaccinated children.
Second, the CDC has been following girls who receive the vaccine over time, comparing them with a control group of unvaccinated girls, Ault says.