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Prof. Akiko Iwasaki Oct 16
In this new Commentary, and I discuss the birth & evolution of vaccine science, how vaccinations have changed our world, the current state of vaccines, remaining challenges & future outlook. (1/n)
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Coventry & Warwickshire School Aged Immunisations Oct 22
One more day until half term! The South Warks Team have already protected over 4000 children against flu - what a great response from parents and schools, thank you. 💪🏼
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Dr Rachel Mcloughlin Oct 17
Simple squirt up the nose (no injection needed), and influenza is one less thing to worry about
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Visayan Youth Matters 4h
It's World Polio Day! We need to use our voices to encourage families to get their kids vaccinated not just against polio but from all preventable diseases. We can do this because !
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Starjammer Oct 22
Your friends chose their children over you. They chose facts over conspiracy. They chose science over paranoia. They chose love over malignant ignorance. Good for them.
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Anna-Rose Prior 20h
Well done to all involved, and very reassuring that so many are taking steps to protect themselves and protect our patients
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J. "It was a TUCK!" Kelly 17h
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Federal EPI Pakistan Official Oct 21
and so we must ensure children continue to get immunized during the COVID-19 pandemic to protect them from other deadly diseases like measles, polio and meningitis 🛡
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Nicole Baldwin, MD, FAAP Oct 20
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Disease Is Death Oct 17
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Coventry & Warwickshire School Aged Immunisations Oct 19
Three teams out in primary schools around South Warwickshire again today, protecting children against flu. Thanks to staff and parents for their support. 😀
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Nicole Baldwin, MD, FAAP Oct 19
If you were wondering who has the BEST patients who bring THE BEST presents...the answer is ME!!!!
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BactiVax Oct 22
Vaccines don't just save lives, they also save money. Our Project 10 Researcher, Emil , discusses the economic impact of vaccination in the newest . Read it here:
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Sarah Willey, MA, CFRE, SMS she/her 22h
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NJ Senate Democrats Oct 21
When no one gets vaccinated, diseases, like the flu, spread quickly, infecting more people. It is important that we all get vaccinated, especially with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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Steph Weyrauch, DPT Oct 16
I got my flu shot today to protect you, my patients, myself, and Baby Weyrauch!
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NJ Senate Democrats Oct 23
In the last century, vaccines have almost eliminated cases of many dangerous diseases, proving them to be successful. If you haven’t already, make sure to get your flu shot ASAP!
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Center for Vaccines and Immunology at UGA Oct 20
Check out our submission for the 4th Annual Georgia Center Pumpkin Decorating contest!
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Kim - Get the HPV Vaccine💉 Oct 16
done and dusted 🥳 Both boys booked in for theirs on Wednesday. Nice little booklet available that the kids can read and understand why it is important we vaccinate 😊
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Nessa Meshkaty Oct 21
Yes, I got my flu shot too and I am excited for an upcoming safe COVID 19 vaccine.
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