Viral Vaccines in India: An Overview

@article{Bharati2011ViralVI,
  title={Viral Vaccines in India: An Overview},
  author={Kaushik Bharati and S. Vrati},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India. Section B},
  year={2011},
  volume={82},
  pages={181 - 198}
}
Viruses cause a large number of diseases in humans, some of which are fatal, while others are highly debilitating. A majority of viral diseases attack infants and young children, while others strike people in their prime. Development of preventive measures against viral diseases is, therefore, of paramount importance. Vaccination is the most cost-effective medical intervention for preventing mortality and morbidity against infectious diseases. A number of effective and safe vaccines are… Expand

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