Vaccine Photos on Townhall

  •  - A vial of vaccine against measles and rubella is seen at a health point in El Alto, in the outskirts of La Paz,

    A vial of vaccine against measles and rubella is seen at a health point in El Alto, in the outskirts of La Paz,

    Posted: 4/15/2012 2:47:12 PM EST
    A vial of vaccine against measles and rubella is seen at a health point in El Alto, in the outskirts of La Paz, April 15, 2012. Bolivian health officials will offer vaccinations to some 200, 000 children in the country, local media reported. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - A nurse is given the vaccine against the H1N1 swine flu during a vaccination session for front line medical staff at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester

    A nurse is given the vaccine against the H1N1 swine flu during a vaccination session for front line medical staff at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester

    Posted: 3/12/2012 3:59:18 PM EST
    A nurse is given the vaccine against the H1N1 swine flu during a vaccination session for front line medical staff at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester, northern England, November 6, 2009. REUTERS/Phil Noble
  •  - A nurse is given the vaccine against the H1N1 swine flu during a vaccination session for front line medical staff at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester

    A nurse is given the vaccine against the H1N1 swine flu during a vaccination session for front line medical staff at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester

    Posted: 3/12/2012 3:59:01 PM EST
    A nurse is given the vaccine against the H1N1 swine flu during a vaccination session for front line medical staff at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester, northern England, November 6, 2009. REUTERS/Phil Noble
  •  - National Institute of Psychiatry's Director Maria Elena Medina speaks about the patent of a new vaccine that could reduce addiction to heroin, during a news conference in Mexico City

    National Institute of Psychiatry's Director Maria Elena Medina speaks about the patent of a new vaccine that could reduce addiction to heroin, during a news conference in Mexico City

    Posted: 2/23/2012 9:24:02 PM EST
    National Institute of Psychiatry's Director Maria Elena Medina speaks about the patent of a new vaccine that could reduce addiction to heroin, during a news conference at the institute in Mexico City February 23, 2012. Researchers at the institute say they have successfully tested the vaccine on mice and are preparing to test it on humans. The vaccine, which has been patented in the United States, works by making the body resistant to the effects of heroin, so users would no longer get a rush of pleasure when they smoke or inject it. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH DRUGS SOCIETY)
  •  - National Institute of Psychiatry's Director Maria Elena Medina speaks about the patent of a new vaccine that could reduce addiction to heroin, during a news conference in Mexico City

    National Institute of Psychiatry's Director Maria Elena Medina speaks about the patent of a new vaccine that could reduce addiction to heroin, during a news conference in Mexico City

    Posted: 2/23/2012 9:22:22 PM EST
    National Institute of Psychiatry's Director Maria Elena Medina speaks about the patent of a new vaccine that could reduce addiction to heroin, during a news conference at the institute in Mexico City February 23, 2012. Researchers at the institute say they have successfully tested the vaccine on mice and are preparing to test it on humans. The vaccine, which has been patented in the United States, works by making the body resistant to the effects of heroin, so users would no longer get a rush of pleasure when they smoke or inject it. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH DRUGS SOCIETY)
  •  - National Institute of Psychiatry's Director Maria Elena Medina speaks about the patent of a new vaccine that could reduce addiction to heroin, during a news conference in Mexico City

    National Institute of Psychiatry's Director Maria Elena Medina speaks about the patent of a new vaccine that could reduce addiction to heroin, during a news conference in Mexico City

    Posted: 2/23/2012 9:20:41 PM EST
    National Institute of Psychiatry's Director Maria Elena Medina speaks about the patent of a new vaccine that could reduce addiction to heroin, during a news conference at the institute in Mexico City February 23, 2012. Researchers at the institute say they have successfully tested the vaccine on mice and are preparing to test it on humans. The vaccine, which has been patented in the United States, works by making the body resistant to the effects of heroin, so users would no longer get a rush of pleasure when they smoke or inject it. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH DRUGS SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 2/17/2012 11:00:47 PM EST
    A prison guard squints as he receives a vaccine against tetanus outside the prison where a deadly fire killed hundreds of inmates, in Comayagua, Honduras, Friday Feb. 17, 2012. As workers cleaned up the rubble of the century's deadliest prison fire whose death toll rose to 356 Friday, a collective rage built among relatives who gathered at the morgue and said the official explanation of a crazed inmate who set fire to his bedding was absurd. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
  •  - To match Insight HEALTH/BIOSECURITY

    To match Insight HEALTH/BIOSECURITY

    Posted: 2/15/2012 2:51:40 PM EST
    Doses of a flu vaccine lie on a table as San Luis Obispo County public healthcare professionals conduct a mass flu vaccination drill at the Veterans building in San Luis Obispo, California in this October 31, 2006 file photo. Few of the security and safety precautions taken by laboratories working with dangerous bacteria and viruses are required by law. In fact, says Rutgers University virologist Richard Ebright, only a lock on the door is required. To match Insight HEALTH/BIOSECURITY REUTERS/Phil Klein/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - A girl cries while receiving a dose of trivalent vaccine in Oaxaca

    A girl cries while receiving a dose of trivalent vaccine in Oaxaca

    Posted: 1/28/2012 12:13:45 AM EST
    A girl cries while receiving a dose of trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in Oaxaca January 27, 2012. People can receive free vaccine shots in public areas as local authorities have stepped up precautions during the winter season, according to local media. REUTERS/Jorge Luis Plata (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
  •  - A small child cries while receiving a dose of trivalent vaccine in Oaxaca

    A small child cries while receiving a dose of trivalent vaccine in Oaxaca

    Posted: 1/28/2012 12:11:50 AM EST
    A small child cries while receiving a dose of trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in Oaxaca January 27, 2012. People can receive free vaccine shots in public areas as local authorities have stepped up precautions during the winter season, according to local media. REUTERS/Jorge Luis Plata (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
  •  - A man receives a dose of trivalent vaccine in Oaxaca

    A man receives a dose of trivalent vaccine in Oaxaca

    Posted: 1/28/2012 12:09:46 AM EST
    A man receives a dose of trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in Oaxaca January 27, 2012. People can receive free vaccine shots in public areas as local authorities have stepped up precautions during the winter season, according to local media. REUTERS/Jorge Luis Plata (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - A man receives a dose of a trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in a subway station in Mexico City

    A man receives a dose of a trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in a subway station in Mexico City

    Posted: 1/25/2012 5:12:45 PM EST
    A man receives a dose of a trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in a subway station in Mexico City January 25, 2012. People can receive free vaccine shots in public areas as local authorities have stepped up precautions during the winter season, according to local media. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
  •  - A woman receives a dose of a trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in a subway station in Mexico City

    A woman receives a dose of a trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in a subway station in Mexico City

    Posted: 1/25/2012 5:11:05 PM EST
    A woman receives a dose of a trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in a subway station in Mexico City January 25, 2012. People can receive free vaccine shots in public areas as local authorities have stepped up precautions during the winter season, according to local media. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
  •  - A woman receives a dose of a trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in a subway station in Mexico City

    A woman receives a dose of a trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in a subway station in Mexico City

    Posted: 1/25/2012 5:09:05 PM EST
    A woman receives a dose of a trivalent vaccine (a three component vaccine) for seasonal flu, influenza A (H1N1) and N2H3 in a subway station in Mexico City January 25, 2012. People can receive free vaccine shots in public areas as local authorities have stepped up precautions during the winter season, according to local media. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
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    Posted: 1/13/2012 6:55:47 AM EST
    In this Sunday Jan. 23, 2011 photograph, Sanjana Shoba, a polio vaccinator, administers polio vaccine to a child in Tilkeshwar village, some 200 kilometers from Patna, India. India will celebrate a full year since its last reported case of polio on Friday Jan. 13, 2012, a major victory in a global eradication effort that appeared to be stalled just a few years ago. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)
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    Posted: 1/13/2012 6:55:47 AM EST
    In this Sunday Jan. 23, 2011 photograph, Sanjana Shoba, a polio vaccinator, administers polio vaccine to a child in Tilkeshwar village, some 200 kilometers from Patna, India. India will celebrate a full year since its last reported case of polio on Friday Jan. 13, 2012, a major victory in a global eradication effort that appeared to be stalled just a few years ago. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)
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    Posted: 1/13/2012 6:55:46 AM EST
    In this Sunday Jan. 23, 2011 photograph, Sanjana Shoba, a polio vaccinator, administers polio vaccine to a child in Tilkeshwar village, some 200 kilometers from Patna, India. India will celebrate a full year since its last reported case of polio on Friday Jan. 13, 2012, a major victory in a global eradication effort that appeared to be stalled just a few years ago. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)
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    Posted: 1/13/2012 6:55:46 AM EST
    In this Sunday Jan. 23, 2011 photograph, Sanjana Shoba, a polio vaccinator, administers polio vaccine to a child in Tilkeshwar village, some 200 kilometers from Patna, India. India will celebrate a full year since its last reported case of polio on Friday Jan. 13, 2012, a major victory in a global eradication effort that appeared to be stalled just a few years ago. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)
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    Posted: 11/29/2011 2:35:49 PM EST
    CORRECTS TYPE OF VACCINE TO H5N1 INSTEAD OF H1N1 - In this photo taken on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011, a worker inspects labels on vials containing H5N1 flu vaccine during production at the Beijing-based drug maker Sinovac Biotech Ltd. in Beijing. The world should get ready for a new Made in China product, vaccines. After years of supplying its own market, China's vaccine makers are gearing up to push exports in a move that should lower costs of lifesaving immunizations for the world's poor and provide major new competition for the big Western pharmaceutical companies. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
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    Posted: 11/29/2011 2:35:49 PM EST
    In this photo taken on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011, vials of H5N1 flu vaccine by Beijing-based drug maker Sinovac Biotech Ltd. are seen during production at Sinovac facilities in Beijing. The world should get ready for a new Made in China product, vaccines. After years of supplying its own market, China's vaccine makers are gearing up to push exports in a move that should lower costs of lifesaving immunizations for the world's poor and provide major new competition for the big Western pharmaceutical companies. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)