Tag Archives: measles

Image of the Week: Convincing Facts

argylesock says… To win the argument for vaccination, you need pictures. Scroll down the article I reblog here to see some of the posters which helped to eradicate smallpox.

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Count the spots: Parents should not have to

When I say that I love statistics, most people glaze over. Let me tell you that I glaze over at certain branches of science, even at some things I needed to write about in my PhD thesis. Nobody’s good at … Continue reading

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Vaccines for livestock and people

Peter Border and Daniel Amund at the UK Houses of Parliament have published a briefing sheet about livestock vaccines. These authors explain the different kinds of vaccine. They put the story of a new vaccine against foot and mouth disease … Continue reading

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