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Seven cases of hepatitis did appear among vaccinated children, but only within 18 days after inoculation.
The March of Dimes is celebrating the 50th anniversary of one of the most hopeful moments in American history: the first Salk polio vaccine inoculations.
With National Infant Immunization Week this week and Toddler Immunization Month in California in May, health experts are warning parents not to delay inoculations for their children.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for regulatory clearance to market its MED-JET(R) needle-free injector for human mass inoculations.
For those who missed the inoculations, more will be offered at dates expected to be announced today.
As the clearinghouse for ranking vulnerabilities for the SANS Critical Vulnerability Analysis newsletter, TippingPoint's team is able to craft inoculations, known as Virtual Software Patches, that look for anomalous application traffic attempting to exploit a known software vulnerability.
On Monday and Tuesday, inoculations will be administered at seven schools elsewhere in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Because vaccinia can cause serious adverse reactions in certain individuals, inoculations will only be given to those most at risk.
In the San Fernando Valley, inoculations will be offered today at Haddon Avenue School in Pacoima, Plummer School in Sepulveda and Strathern Street School in North Hollywood.
Low cost and ease of use make it applicable for rapid mass inoculations of entire populations for diseases such as smallpox and influenza, to home administration of pharmaceuticals by patients or their caregivers.
At the remaining 14 schools, inoculations will be offered Friday, Monday and Tuesday.