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June 1996
Mothering;Summer96, Issue 79, p28
Answers questions on vaccination and immunization. Includes questions on the mechanism of natural immunity; Background on vaccines and how they work; Cost to the immune system; Effectiveness of vaccines; Decline of incidence of some diseases with the advent of vaccines. INSETS: The new DTP: DTap, by Anne Montgomery.;To vaccinate or not? A guide for.., by Miranda Castro..


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