Vaccine Safety Questions Rise

September 1999
Mothering;Sep/Oct99, Issue 96, p31
Reports on the controversy over the administration of hepatitis B vaccine in the United States. Congressional hearing over the issue; Adverse reactions to the vaccine; Calls for a moratorium on mandatory vaccination.


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