Vaccines are perhaps medical science's most widely used and effective products. At the turn of the last century it was discovered that particular microbes gave rise to specific diseases and this link led to the development of vaccines. Immunology is the study of the structure and function of the immune system. It assists the science of vaccine development and how the immune system responds to vaccines.

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2020-07-28 Review Article


Zn2+ Ions-Immune Virucidal activities for children and adults with preventions against 2019-nCoV and COVID-19 infection

Tsuneo Ishida*


Zinc induced pediatric preventing respiratory 2019-nCoV is required that supplementation with zinc gluconate 20 mg in Zn deficient children resulted in a nearly twofold reduction of acute lower respiratory infections as well as the time to recovery. Zinc supplementation in ch…

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2020-04-03 Opinion


To be and not to be: With wisdom and grace or stupidity and disgrace after the SARS-CoV2 outbreak

Yue Zhang*

The day before yesterday, it was shameful for some politicians, especially President Trump, to label SARS-CoV2 virus as discriminatory “Chinese Virus”. Politicians should be more professional and graceful, and distance themselves from the independence of the academy if something remai…

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2020-03-19 Research Article


Educational strategy to increase knowledge and risk perception about sexually transmitted infection in polytechnic students

Alba Cortes Alfaro* and Damarys Chacón O’farrill


Introduction: The incidence of STI-HIV/AIDS is on the rise, making adolescents a vulnerable group at risk.

Objective: To increase the knowledge and perception of risk about STI-HIV/AIDS, through Educational Intervent…

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2019-04-23 Research Article


Demographic survey and management outcome of Post-Neonatal Tetanus at the Ekiti state university teaching hospital, Ado Ekiti

Ajite AB*, Ogundare EO, Oluwayemi IO, Olatunya OS, Babatola A, Taiwo A, Komolafe A and Fatunla O


Background: Tetanus continues to threaten the survival of children in spite of it being a vaccine preventable disease. The objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of post-neonatal tetanus, review the vaccination of affected children, comp…

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2018-01-19 Letter to the Editor


Importance of prevention-A letter to the editor

Rathi A

Letter to Editor

Over 50% of all deaths are because of chronic diseases, that we call lifestyle diseases. It means, 50% of the deaths can be prevented by lifestyle modifications. Even 40% of cancer, the disease which is the dreaded the most, can be prevented through healthy lifestyle….

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2017-09-11 Letter to the Editor


Exploring the Debate on Vaccines

D. John Doyle*

Letter to Editor

A thought-provoking debate in the popular literature concerning vaccination has blossomed in recent years [1-6]. While “traditionalists” support universal immunization against a variety of infectious diseases, many influential individuals hold that vaccina…

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