IPA: væksʌnˈeɪʃʌn


  • Inoculation with a vaccine, in order to protect from a particular disease or strain of disease.

Examples of "vaccination" in Sentences

  • The infection is preventable by vaccination.
  • "What do you mean by what you call the vaccination dodge?"
  • The word vaccination comes from the Latin word vaccinae meaning “of the cow.”
  • A: One of the most compelling arguments for flu vaccination is to provide herd immunity.
  • In the U.S. vaccination is not routinely recommended and, in fact, the vaccine is not available.
  • • Incidence of cervical cancer without screening and without vaccination is nearly 90/100,000 per year.
  • • Incidence rate of cervical cancer with Cervarix vaccination is 9/100,000 per year -- better than with Gardasil, but still more than with screening alone.
  • While he emphasized, in an e-mail exchange, that increased vaccination is still the best way to lower the pertussis rates at present, in the long run public health officials can't avoid facing the evidence of bacterial mutation and "should strive for pertussis vaccines that protect longer."

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