A cartoon test tube baby is born
In December 2012, the test tube was released in the US as part of a nationwide campaign by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to encourage children to get their first taste of a natural vaccine.
The first batch of the vaccine was available for parents to get to know the baby’s immune system.
Since then, it has been expanded in the U, Canada, and Japan, and it is available in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, France, Germany, Spain, and the U-K.
The U.K. has announced a new phase of the campaign.
“The vaccine is now available in more than 40 countries, including the U., and the number of countries where people have been able to get it is growing every day,” a spokesperson for the National Vaccine Campaign told ABC News.
The vaccine, which was originally developed in the 1950s, has been used to prevent measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, polio, and other infectious diseases since it was introduced in 1966.
It is the first vaccine designed to help children to protect themselves from diseases like polio.
It also protects against smallpox and diphtheria.