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However, early attempts to develop an RSV vaccine were frustrated by some surprising results. qxd 2/4/03 10:50 AM Page 17 How Are Vaccines Made? • 17 In the mid-1960s, a number of investigators were trying to make a successful RSV vaccine. The most common approach at the time was to take RSV and inactivate it with formaldehyde. The vaccine was given in the muscles of adults and then children to make sure that it was safe. Once the vaccine was found to be safe, infants and young children were immunized to see whether the vaccine protected them against pneumonia caused by RSV.
THE RISK OF SERIOUS SIDE EFFECTS DIPHTHERIA VACCINE FROM THE The diphtheria vaccine doesn’t cause serious side effects. CONCLUSIONS The risk of severe disease caused by diphtheria is extremely small, and the risk of serious side effects from the diphtheria vaccine is probably zero. In addition, when you consider that major outbreaks of severe and fatal diphtheria infections continue to occur in eastern Europe and Russia, and that these outbreaks were due to a decrease in immunization rates among children, it clearly pays to keep children immunized against this rare but deadly infection.
All developed within 4 to 10 days of vaccination and all had paralytic involvement of the inoculated arm. This was the beginning of the Cutter incident. In mid-1950s America, polio was a common and feared disease. Every year about 15,000 people (most of them children) were paralyzed or killed by this virus. The first vaccine to meet this challenge was that developed by Dr. Jonas Salk. Dr. Salk theorized that if you took polio virus, killed it with formaldehyde, and injected it into the muscles, you could protect children and adults from paralytic polio virus.