Published in Vaccine Weekly, July 16th, 2003
According to researchers in the United States, "Vaccines against infectious diseases have been available since the 1800s, when an immunization strategy against smallpox developed by Jenner gained wide acceptance. Until recently, the only vaccination strategies available involved the use of protein-based, whole-killed, and attenuated live virus vaccines. These strategies have led to the development of effective vaccines against a variety of diseases that have primary or prominent cutaneous...
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