The Dominican Republic Introduces Rotavirus Vaccine into National Immunization Schedule

August 2012
Immunization Newsletter;Aug2012, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p4
Academic Journal
The article reports on the introduction of rotavirus vaccine by the Dominican Republic on July 4, 2012 into its national immunization schedule for preventing diarrhea in children and avoid mortality.


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