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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of vaccinate.

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  • adj. having been rendered unsusceptible to a disease


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  • So getting more people vaccinated is important, and for the first year, we're recommending that virtually everyone get a flu vaccine, everyone over the age of six months.

    Preparing For Another Flu Season

  • Taylor then examined the incidence and age at diagnosis of autism in vaccinated and unvaccinated children.

    Hot Topics: Autism

  • Ask Congress to reenact legislation that would eliminate mercury and other toxins from our children's vaccines, study the instance of autism and other neurological disorders in vaccinated versus unvaccinated children, and to extend the statute of limitations to allow all children affected by vaccine-induced autism to file in the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP).

    Anti-vaccine autism activists to rally in DC June 4

  • In addition, there were more cases of pnuemonia in vaccinated children than in controls - 16 vaccine recipients (0.05%) and 6 in the control group (0.02%) - also very small absolute differences, not enough to get anxious about.


  • Still, whether or not to have a child vaccinated is a decision that every parent has the right to make.


  • And if the government has conceded that this child would be better off today had he or she not been vaccinated -- in other words, that vaccines made the symptoms of autism go from bad to worse - couldn't it be possible that vaccines might also, say, make symptoms go from mild to bad?

    David Kirby: The Autism-Vaccine Debate: Anything But Over

  • But, in fact, they do get vaccinated, which is then used by anti-anti-vaccine types.

    You don't have to be afraid of the TV. You shouldn't let poets lie to you.

  • But what is in the vaccine now should have enough cross-reactivity to be able to protect people who get vaccinated, which is again, even though it is a drifting virus with regard to mutations, we still feel it's extraordinarily important for people to pay attention to getting vaccinated.

    CNN Transcript Nov 26, 2003

  • Fifty-eight per year for five years, is 11.6 deaths per year of persons vaccinated: presumably these were infants: taking the birth-rate in England as 30 per 1,000 living, we may say that 900,000 infants were born; deduct 100,000 as not vaccinated, we have 800,000 infants vaccinated, of these 11.6 died after being vaccinated, which is 0.0014 per cent.

    The Scientific Monthly, October-December 1915

  • Then the other drops a gentle clew to his late movements by asking John which arm it was upon which he was recently vaccinated, which is a puzzler to the young fellow until the name of Malta is mentioned, when he cries:

    Miss Caprice


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