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Synonyms for vaccinating

the act of protecting against disease by introducing a vaccine into the body to induce immunity

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Major Finding: Eighty-four percent of vaccinating parents indicated the child's health care provider significantly influenced their decision to vaccinate, compared with just 22% of nonvaccinating parents.
He said: "We sincerely wanted to be able to reach a national agreement with the UK governments about a process for vaccinating the under-fives against swine flu.
A killed vaccine in sandhill cranes was evaluated by vaccinating and then challenging these cranes with live West Nile virus.
School nurse Vanessa Woodall, of East Lancs Primary Care Trust, said: "Each trust will need about 10 staff doing things such as vaccinating and looking after children who faint.
Another study by the same researchers shows that about one in 10 parents is concerned that vaccinating children against HPV will encourage them to have more sex.
We need to get both the public to accept this and providers to keep vaccinating because this may become the new norm,'' Baker said.
Data are being generated from experimental and field research in AI vaccinology, but the rather complex task of vaccinating poultry in different farming and ecologic environments still has areas of uncertainty.
The Thai government announced in February 2005 that it would join China and Indonesia in vaccinating select healthy ducks and chickens.
Vaccinating wild gorillas and chimpanzees might seem a good way to slow the spread of Ebola but would be virtually impossible, says Wilkie.
The purpose of vaccinating these workers is based on the prior experience that when secondary spread occurred, it was to other health care workers usually in hospitals.
A much smaller program is starting in England, vaccinating about 300 healthcare workers against smallpox.
Chief medical officer Sir Liam Donaldson outlined the Government's plans for vaccinating the entire British population.
Chief medical officer Sir Liam Donald-son outlined the government's plans for vaccinating the entire British population.
A Department of Health spokeswoman confirmed that the Government would consider vaccinating the entire population.
In 2005, our flu immunization program alone was responsible for vaccinating more than 3 million people.