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Monkeypox vaccines: A virologist answers 6 key questions

Two monkeypox vaccines are currently approved in the United States. Image: Unsplash/Ivan Diaz

Maureen Ferran

Associate Professor of Biology, Rochester Institute of Technology

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Both the Jynneos and ACAM2000 vaccines use the vaccinia virus, shown here, to produce immunity to smallpox and monkeypox. Image: CDC/ Cynthia Goldsmith

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