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Monkeypox vaccines: A virologist answers 6 questions about how they work, who can get them and how well they prevent infection

By Maureen Ferran, Associate Professor of Biology, Rochester Institute of Technology
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There are two approved monkeypox vaccines in the US. Both use a related poxvirus called vaccinia to produce an immune response that protects against smallpox and monkeypox.The Conversation

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