What is a candidate vaccine?

Answer When new vaccines are being needed, they are created by drug companies that are approved to develop vaccines by the governments, who have pre-ordered the vaccines, making the drug companies want to... Read More »

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Is it safe for your child to get the H1N1 vaccine between his 1st and 2nd dose of the seasonal flu vaccine?

Yes, if they are getting both vaccines by injections. That timing of the two kinds of vaccinations (seasonal flu shot and swine flu shot) is not a problem, in fact they could be given at the same t... Read More »

The controversial OPV hypothesis says that HIV was transmitted to humans from chimps after Africans took an oral vaccine that had been cultivated in chimp kidneys What was this vaccine for?

How close together can one receive the seasonal flu vaccine and the swine flu vaccine?

They can be given at the same time, just not in the exact same location and the vaccines can not be mixed into one shot, they have to be given in two injections.

How can you remove the vaccine fluid from your arm after the doctor injects you with a vaccine?

You can't without bleeding yourself to death - a vaccine is injected into your bloodstream or muscle mass. If you have a serious medical reason why you cannot be vaccinated you should tell your do... Read More »