Origin of vaccination
Examples from the Web for vaccination
Contemporary Examples of vaccination
Of course not—the delivery of vaccine from manufacturer to arm is only part of the problem for any vaccination program.Powdered Measles Vaccine Could Be Huge for Developing World
December 2, 2014
Vaccination works more like a light with a dimmer than an on-off switch, said Slifka.
According to the CDC, 80 percent of the cases in 2013 were among those who had never received a vaccination for measles.
Dr. Morris likens circumcision to vaccination by comparing the risk to others caused by refusing either intervention.Circumcision Has Health Benefits, but Doctors Should Leave the Decision Up to Parents
April 4, 2014
The facts are not faintly controversial for those who believe in reality: vaccination saves lives, families, and dollars.Thank You, Croatia: All Hail Mandatory Vaccinations
March 27, 2014
Historical Examples of vaccination
Vaccination in those days was by no means the universal custom that it now is.Keziah Coffin
Joseph C. Lincoln
The hope of eliminating the disease, however, comes rather in the use of vaccination.Rural Hygiene
Henry N. Ogden
Since vaccination became the rule, however, there are very few cases.Where Half The World Is Waking Up
Explain why vaccination will cure as well as prevent smallpox.
Unexpected as it may seem, vaccination is not only a preventive of smallpox, but a cure for it.
1803, used by British physician Edward Jenner (1749-1823) for the technique he devised of preventing smallpox by injecting people with the cowpox virus (variolae vaccinae), from vaccine (adj.) "pertaining to cows, from cows" (1798), from Latin vaccinus "from cows," from vacca "cow" (bos being originally "ox," "a loan word from a rural dialect" according to Buck, who cites Umbrian bue). "The use of the term for diseases other than smallpox is due to Pasteur" [OED].