Research Methods, Experimental Protocols, and Laboratory Techniques
biologist wrote:Vaccines are one of the most profound discoveries ever made by modern medical researchers. They have virtually eliminated many naturally occurring incidents of extremely deadly viruses including smallpox, and nearly all polio cases. The have also been responsible for the control of diseases such as hepatitis A and B, as well as typhus, and rotavirus.
It is unfortunate that conventional vaccines only control a small number of viral illnesses, and there is a noticeable lack of vaccinations available for deadly diseases which kill millions of people on an annual basis. These include AIDS, Hepatitis C and Malaria. Malaria in particular is the most common, when you think that at one time the Anopheles mosquito was nearly wiped out by the use of DDT, it is a sad fact to realize how many people this virus kills on an annual basis, world-wide.
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