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 t... Readmore
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The Journal of Child, Adult Vaccines and Immunology aims to publish manuscripts to create an environment of critical and thorough discussion to spread the knowledge of vaccination and immunology. The Journal of Child, Adult Vaccines and Immunology publishes emerging practices and the experiences to highlight outstanding issues and barriers for successful vaccine development and priorities for overcoming these barriers.
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2019-04-23 Research Article
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, complications encountered a...
2018-01-19 Letter to the Editor
2017-09-11 Letter to the Editor
D. John Doyle*
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 vaccinations do far more harm tha...