anthrax vaccination

anthrax vaccination

A series of 6 shots given over 6 months with annual booster shots, which may be administered routinely to veterinarians, livestock workers, and military personnel in the US, UK, and Russia.

anthrax vaccination

A series of 6 shots over 6 months and booster shots annually, given routinely to veterinarians, livestock workers, military personnel in the US, UK, Russia. See Anthrax, Biological warfare, Sverdlosk.
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There is need for the government through its agencies like MAAIF to adopt a strong and systematic quality control program of anthrax vaccination campaigns, make anthrax a public good disease and ensure that all the susceptible animals mainly cattle in the areas surrounding QENP are vaccinated annually.
This commercial kit is indeed primarily aimed at evaluating the efficacy of anthrax vaccination rather than at detecting antibody responses after exposure to subinfectious doses of anthrax spores (12).
Most people tolerate anthrax vaccination without significant reaction," Colonel Bennett said.
Fears over anthrax vaccination driving away US reservists.
The book concludes that the policy lessons from the chemical demilitarization program are educational to other chemical- and biological-related issues (such as the anthrax vaccination program).
In each of the seven cases, at least one of the parents had received the anthrax vaccination.
Congressional critics of the anthrax vaccination program have said they will draft legislation compelling the Pentagon to review its disciplinary actions if military officials don't act on their own.
DEFENCE Secretary Geoff Hoon today denied reports that the armed forces had begun an anthrax vaccination drive in preparation for possible military action against Iraq.
Anthrax vaccination had no significant effect on the rates of pregnancy, birth, or adverse birth outcomes among reproductive-aged women in the U.
The Canadian Forces, in an unusual display of common sense and justice -- as well as out of fear it would lose a second trial -- has decided not to pursue a second court martial of Sergeant (retired) Mike Kipling, who was charged after he refused an anthrax vaccination while serving in Kuwait in March 1998.
Britain's Gulf forces are to be given anthrax vaccination jags.
whose lawsuit had until recently blocked the Pentagon's mandatory anthrax vaccination program, is committed to stopping its reinstatement.