Estudio de efectividad y seguridad de la vacuna contra la rubéola
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Innoculation of a vaccine of HPV-77 strain of an attenuated German measles virus in cellular tissue of a duck embryo brought about the appearance of satisfactory antibody levels in more than 97of 524 children, who had been seronegative initially, with an average titer of 58.7The vaccine did not produce any appreciable side effects and only caused benign symptoms in a reduced number of vaccinated childrenThe evidence obtained in this study indicates that the vaccine virus did not spread naturally among the susceptible population which was subject to close intrafamily contact with the vaccinated children(AU)
Study of the efficiency and safety of the vaccine against German measles
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XXVII Meeting of PAHO's Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Tailoring the SAGE Roadmap to the Requirements of the Americas and the Strategic Use of COVID-19 Booster Doses, 27 January 2022 (virtual) Pan American Health Organization; Family, Health Promotion and Life Course (FPL) (Washington, D.C., PAHO, 2022-02-25)The WHO SAGE Roadmap for prioritizing use of COVID-19 vaccines was updated on 21 January 2022. The latest iteration builds on WHO’s Strategy to achieve global COVID-19 vaccination by mid-2022. Since the start of the COVID-19 ...
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