Two at a Time

May 2012
Pediatrics for Parents;May/Jun2012, Vol. 28 Issue 5/6, p1
The article discusses a study which found that multiple vaccinations given to children at the same time do not have an impact on the ability of children to develop immunity to illnesses.


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