Questions tagged [vaccination]

The administration of antigenic material to stimulate the immune system of an individual to develop adaptive immunity to a disease.

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Why is post-vaccination fever for 4CMenB so frequent?

When considering the introduction of 4CMenB vaccine, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation said: The sub-committee noted that the clinical trials data suggest that when 4CMenB ...
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What happened to pertussis incidence in the US between 1955 and 1974 and why?

The Wall Street Journal ran a great collection of infographics in 2015 superimposing the dates on which vaccination was introduced for various childhood diseases on their incidence: http://graphics....
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Might a previously administered MPSV4 vaccine react with a newly administered MCV-4 vaccine?

This is a hypothetical situation. Meningococcal polysaccharide vaccine (MPSV4) is a vaccine against Neisseria meningitidis. MCV4 is a conjugate vaccine. I would like to know if the polysaccharide ...
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What changes would allow cutting mRNA-based vaccine safety testing to 18 Months

I see a lot of skepticism among my fellow citizens following an interview that Bill Gates gave the BBC on the topic of Corona vaccines. The Gates foundation is funding several study ventures on Corona ...
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What determines the courses of multi-dose vaccines?

I understand that some proportion of individuals will fail to develop immunity from a single dose of a vaccine. Rather than test every member of the target population following each vaccination, it ...
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Because we don't live as closely to livestock, are we at a greater or lesser risk of plagues?

Give recent events, some people have called for the 'wet markets' in China to be shut down, (for many reasons) but largely because it is likely the source of the recent plague outbreak, due to the ...
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Provisional vaccine for fast spreeding new viruses?

Developing a standard vaccine for coronavirus will take at least a few months - what might be too late: However, its sequence is already known, and is nearly identical - suggesting a recent single ...
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RSV infection even after vaccination

why certain persons have RSV infection after vaccination