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MMR VACCINE [1 record]

Record 1 1987-04-08


Subject field(s)
  • Immunology

a bacterially sterile preparation of a combination of the live measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines found suitable for human immunization, grown on culture of either chicken or duck embryo tissue; used as an active immunizing agent, administered subcutaneously.


  • Immunologie

En octobre 1982, l'Alberta inscrivait à son programme d'immunisation systématique les vaccins antirougeoleux, antiourlien et antirubéoleux administrés en association (vaccin ROR) aux enfants âgés d'un (1) an.


vaccin antirougeoleux, antiourlien et antirubéoleux : Guide pour l'immunisation des Canadiens (Santé et Bien-être social Canada)


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