As polio spreads in the United States, the government is looking to the vaccine as a way to contain the spread of the disease, even though the vaccines have been shown to have fewer side effects than other vaccines.
A vaccine has been developed that targets the immune system in the lungs and the liver.
And a new study shows the vaccine may also be a great way to prevent a potentially deadly infection.
Here are five things you need to know about polio vaccine and the vaccine’s effectiveness.
The vaccine is designed to protect against poliovirus and other types of infections.
The first vaccine was introduced in 1976, and since then, there have been five new vaccines that have been tested.
This is how the polio vaccine works: The virus that causes polio first breaks out of the virus in the bloodstream.
Then, it is passed into the blood, and the virus that has been weakened in the blood can be released and the immune response kicks in to attack the virus.
The new vaccine works best in healthy adults, which is why it’s given to adults only.
The most common vaccine doses given to healthy adults are between two and four times higher than doses given in children.
So it is best to take the dose given to children, which are usually between two to three times higher.
The dose given is usually given to people who are usually in a weakened immune system, so it should not be given to patients who have been treated for other reasons.
Polio is spread by coughing and sneezing.
But if you’re healthy, you shouldn’t get the vaccine.
The virus usually only spreads in areas where it is weakened.
In the United Kingdom, for example, the virus was first detected in the countryside, in a small village called Huddersfield.
People there became infected and died.
After a few weeks of spreading in the community, people started to cough, sneeze, and cough more frequently.
Over time, this became more common.
The United States has a much higher rate of deaths from the virus than other countries, even if the vaccine is effective in preventing more deaths.
A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that the U.S. has about half the deaths from polioviruses than other developed countries.
Poliovirus causes about 10 percent of all deaths worldwide, and it kills about half of those who contract it.
The U.K. has the second-highest death rate among the industrialized countries, at 18 percent.
Poliomyelitis, a virus similar to polio, causes about one-quarter of all death in the U and U.N. nations, including in the UK.
In some places, the rate of death is much higher than in the developing world, because of better health care.
The polio vaccine is administered only through an injection.
The injection is administered through a needle inserted into a vein in the arm.
The doctor then injects a thin layer of the vaccine in the vein and drops it into the vein, where it gets into the bloodstream where it spreads rapidly.
When the person is sick, the doctor can remove the vaccine from the vein to prevent it from spreading further.
Polonium-210 is a naturally occurring chemical that can be produced by the body, so you won’t get any of the side effects.
But people who get the polio virus can develop a fever, cough, sore throat, and other symptoms if the virus is in the body.
This happens because the virus can make the body produce a certain type of protein called polioviral RNA, which the body uses to make the virus more contagious.
It is this virus that can lead to more infections in people with weakened immune systems.
Polinium-220 is a synthetic version of poliovis, and so it is more effective at fighting the virus, although it has not been shown yet to be more effective than poliovin.
The vaccines are expensive.
Because they are administered only by injection, the cost of a vaccine varies depending on where you live.
For example, one dose costs about $1,400.
If you live in a low-income area, you might be paying twice that amount.
But you can get a vaccine from a health care provider that offers it for free, without charge, if you want.
Another way to pay is through a tax-free savings account.
If your income is more than $75,000 per year, you can open an IRA to pay for your vaccine.
Vaccines are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, and many doctors and hospitals are hesitant to give the vaccine to patients because they believe it might cause side effects or have been linked to serious side effects in other people.
However, there are a few reasons to give it to a loved one or family member.
First, people who have already received the vaccine or who have received it for the first time may be less likely to have an adverse reaction.
Second, the vaccine has a long half-life