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taking a vaccine as a precaution against contracting a disease

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I suppose the same faithfull Historians give you regular Accounts of the Growth and spreading of the Innoculation of the small pox, which is become almost a General practise, attended with great success.
The costs of treating it is far more than the cost of innoculation.
Nine pigs were hyperimmunized against various European SIVs (Table) by IN inoculation, followed by an IM innoculation with the same virus in combination with Freund's complete adjuvant 4 weeks later.
A comparison of exposure therapy, stress innoculation training, and their combination for reducing posttraumatic stress disorder in female assault victims.
Traffic at vaccination providers has increased since the state announced Monday that all residents, not just members of the priority group, can receive the innoculation, said Dr.
Cohen and Powderly describe the chronic, asymptomatic phase of HIV infection as the phase that follows the initial HIV innoculation.
She said, acting on World Health Organisation recommendations, Bahrain had recently stopped issuing the innoculation.
Other related funds, like that created by the Innoculation Act of 1948, amended in 1977, provide avenues of redress for children who suffer from the side effects of compulsory vaccination.
The Experimental production of metastasising carcinoma in the breast of the dog and primary epilelioma in man by repeated innoculation of a Micrococcus isolated from human breast cancer.
Innoculation marks emerge from the white wobble of their upper arms.
Pure philosophical thinking provided no innoculation against participation in evil.
fever, malaise, swelling at the site of innoculation and lymphadenopathy) during the first 6-8 weeks after infection.
Innoculation and counter-explanation: Debiasing techniques in the perseverance of social theories, Social Cognition, 1, 126-139.
Jinmai 50 was moderately resistant and Jinmai 33 was moderately susceptible to yellow rust based on artificial innoculation in 1995 in green house with a bulk of uredospores initially collected from HHWGR in 1994 by associate professor Li Yanfang in Shanxi Plant Protection Institute.
5%; lesion number and length were evaluated 18 and 26 days later; b) application of extracts 1h before or later of innoculation with B.