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You’ve heard the story of a young woman who lost her job after contracting Zika virus because she was a woman who was pregnant with her second child.
You’ve seen the images of a hospital being overrun by mosquitos.
You know what it looks like when you’ve been hit by a truck.
Now, you know what a vaccine can do to make you feel better.
“The vaccine has already made me feel better,” says Lauren.
She has been using the vaccine in a trial with the University of Manitoba, a school in her home province.
“I can’t imagine a world without it.”
Lauren’s experience is the latest example of a new technology that has the potential to help millions of people in need.
It’s called the Zika vaccine.
It comes with an asterisk.
“There are some cases where people who were not vaccinated, because they are still at high risk of developing Zika virus infection, could still get Zika and spread it,” says Marc-André Picard, president and CEO of the Canadian Association of Infection Control and Prevention (CICAP).
“But these are very rare and these are individuals that have been identified by the CICAP as having a high risk.”
The Zika vaccine works like this: The virus is spread by a mosquito and the vaccine makes a protein that can be detected by a special lab in the body.
This protein is the AAV vaccine.
There are many different types of AAV vaccines, and the one in Lauren’s trial is a variant that protects against a specific variant of the virus called Zika.
It is called the AVA-8.
AVA is short for alpha-synuclein.
It has been shown to be protective against a wide range of viral infections, including Zika.
When people get the AVR vaccine, they are injected with an immune protein called the IgG antibody.
It helps the immune system recognise and fight off the virus, and it is made by the body’s immune system.
It also protects against the virus in the blood, and prevents the virus from spreading to other parts of the body, like the brain and spinal cord.
Lauren was one of about 500 women in the world who got the AVP vaccine last month, which is being tested in people in two countries.
There’s another trial with women in Canada and the U.S. The AVA vaccine is now available in the U, U.K., the U of A, and elsewhere.
And the vaccine is being trialled in more than half a dozen other countries, including Mexico, Japan, the Philippines, India, and Brazil.
It was introduced in the Philippines in January.
“This is the first vaccine to be fully developed in our country,” says Picard.
It can’t do everything the Zika virus can.
It cannot cure the virus.
It does not stop the spread of the disease, although it has been proven to help some people.
It doesn’t stop the virus spreading through the rest of the world.
“But it has proven to be a very effective vaccine,” says Michael Wollenberg, president of the Cochrane Collaboration, which has been involved in several vaccine trials.
“In terms of effectiveness, it has to be viewed in context of the total range of viruses that are currently circulating in the population.”
It has not been tested in all people in the developed world, but it has shown to work in the developing world, where people often get the virus because they travel to countries where it is not as common.
“We have seen this in Asia, in Brazil, in Latin America, in Australia,” says Wollenburg.
“It is one of the reasons why we believe this vaccine will be very useful for people who are still vulnerable in the tropics.”
“It works very well in the short term,” says Jeanna Gorman, a professor of epidemiology at the University in Adelaide, Australia.
“What it does not work well is in the long term.”
And it does NOT work if you have preexisting health conditions.
The vaccine can be given to people with milder symptoms, such as a fever and a cough.
People with a more severe or life-threatening infection should be vaccinated.
But the vaccine does not protect against the full range of the viral infections that can occur when a pregnant woman gets Zika, such a blood infection, or when a woman has an STD or an infection with a viral gene that makes the virus more virulent.
This means people who get the vaccine before they become pregnant can still get it if they have preeclampsia or other conditions that could make them more vulnerable to infection.
The Zika virus is the most common cause of birth defects worldwide.
About three-quarters of people with Zika virus infections will develop a birth defect, and about one-third will develop other conditions.
But people who do not get vaccinated have a much lower risk of having other complications, including brain damage, and death. It seems