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  • n. Plural form of vaccinator.


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  • Villagers complain that the vaccinators are the only health workers they ever see. Top headlines

  • In Pakistan — where increased migration and last year's flood have made it difficult to reach children — the Pakistani and U.S. armies take part in helping vaccinators reach the children in need, Mr. Gates said.

    Gates Presses Case for Vaccination

  • The report also described some shocking cases of bad vaccine campaigns, like falsified immunization reports and paid vaccinators hiring children to do their work.

    Health officials not on track to eradicate polio

  • It says that beginning this week, vaccinators will be going door-to-door in the "highest risk" polio areas to give children under five years old two drops of oral polio vaccine.

    WHO, Africa Launch Polio Vaccination Campaign

  • The vaccinators visited factories and schools and railroad stations.

    The Shot Heard Round the World

  • The government deployed "virus squads" of vaccinators who fanned out across the country, aided by Texas Rangers along the Mexico border and by billyclub-swinging policemen in New York.

    The Shot Heard Round the World

  • While California's lowest vaccination rates are in largely rural northern counties like Nevada and Tuolumne, the Bay Area has many pockets of non-vaccinators, according to state data.

    Whooping Cough Afflicts Region

  • This likely spread contagion by vaccinators who carried infected fecal material on their shoes from one farm to another.

    Understanding Swine Flu

  • And we do hope that many more obstetricians and gynecologists will request to be vaccinators with their state health departments.

    CNN Transcript Nov 12, 2009

  • To read more of Mr Stone's frothing-at-the-mouth, you need only to read some of the appalling personal attacks and pseudo-medical rubbish he spouts on the JABS forum - ostensibly a forum for the support of vaccine damaged children, in reality a group of rabid anti-vaccinators competing to see who can shout the loudest rubbish.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...


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