Vaccines against Viral and Bacterial Diseases

Most vaccines against viral infection are effective at preventing disease. However, they are not 100% effective for a number of reasons, reactions can occur after vaccinations.

It is difficult for many of us today to appreciate the dangers of childhood viral infections.

Most of the vaccines in use against viruses are very effective at preventing disease. However, for a variety of reasons, they can fail:

  • The vaccine becomes inactive due to incorrect storage, if used past its expiry date, or if incorrectly administered.
  • Individuals unpredictably fail to produce an adequate immune response to the vaccine.
  • Vaccine immunity “fades” over time.

  • Mumps, measles and rubella/MMR Vaccines
  • Live attenuated vaccines
  • Typhoid Vaccines
  • Shingles
  • Viral hepatitis

Related Conference of Vaccines against Viral and Bacterial Diseases

October 30-31, 2020

32nd Annual Congress on Immunology and Vaccinations

Vancouver, Canada

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