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  • n. Plural form of vaccine.

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Examples

  • The aluminum contained in vaccines is similar to that found in a liter (about 1 quart or 32 fluid ounces) of infant formula.

    Aluminum

  • Another product from animals that may be used in vaccines is gelatin (see gelatin allergies).

    Mad-cow Disease

  • Although a delay in vaccines is recommended for children with severe illnesses until the symptoms of illness resolve, this recommendation is not based on the likelihood that the child will have an inadequate immune response to the vaccine.

    Vaccine Safety FAQs

  • Still, for people troubled by such allergies for extended periods of time, Schecker said allergy shots - "what we call vaccines" - with varying combinations of contents and frequencies of administration after tests on the patient, might have longer term value.

    TheSunNews.com: Local

  • Despite concerns, several studies have now proven that thimerosal in vaccines did not cause autism:

    Thimerosal

  • Download question and answer sheets about of these vaccines from the Vaccine Education Center Web siteĀ»

    Age groups and vaccines - adolescents (11 to 12 years)

  • Remember, taking your children to get vaccines is an act of love.

    Age groups and vaccines - adolescents (11 to 12 years)

  • Second, quantities of formaldehyde at least 600 fold greater than that contained in vaccines have been given safely to animals.

    Formaldehyde

  • Attention by the news media has caused some parents to fear that thimerosal contained in vaccines might have harmed their children.

    Thimerosal

  • The requirement for preservatives in vaccines arose from many incidents in the early 20th century of children who developed severe and occasionally fatal bacterial infections after administration of vaccines contained in multidose vials.

    Thimerosal

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