Rotavirus a Gut Reaction - by Meryl Dorey (IV5.1)

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The first so-called ‘modern’ vaccine – produced to prevent smallpox – was created in 1796, just over 200 years ago. For almost the next 100 years, this was the only vaccine around. Mandatory in many Western nations, it was solely responsible for the rise of the anti-vaccination movement, championed by such stellar figures as the great George Bernard Shaw who said, “As well consult a butcher on the value of vegetarianism as a doctor on the worth of vaccination.”