[ UK /vˌæksɪnˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /væksəˈneɪʃən/ ]
  1. taking a vaccine as a precaution against contracting a disease
  2. the scar left following inoculation with a vaccine
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How To Use vaccination In A Sentence

  • Therefore, if the vaccine afforded protection for life, there would be a very strong argument in favor of universal vaccination - no chicken pox and no shingles.
  • I'm to have a vaccination tomorrow.
  • Yet necessary public-health interventions are by nature paternalistic: think fluoridation of municipal water supplies, compulsory vaccinations and mandatory reporting of communicable diseases.
  • The pilot programme of vaccination proved successful.
  • (I'm never home when it's on anyway) and setting the DVR to record it for later viewing seems more than I'm willing to do to expose my brain to the neuron-apoptosing and - necrosing antivaccinationist stupidity that Jenny routinely lays down, as lately I've been questioning whether any blog post, no matter how snarky and fun, is worth that kind of self-abuse. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • Other adverse or undesired results of vaccination usually appeared in the first day or so after vaccination.
  • The vaccination program has been a major factor in the improvement of health standards.
  • Karen Waite, MS, equine specialist with MSU Extension added "If you have a horse and are unsure of its vaccination history, you should revaccinate them to be sure they are protected. News
  • Hahnemann, the founder of homoeopathy, was a supporter of smallpox vaccination.
  • Smallpox, caused by a virus called variola, was declared eliminated in 1980 after a global vaccination campaign. Cancer Pill may fight Small Pox | Impact Lab
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