A plethora of vaccines and vaccine questions

December 1997
Mothering;Winter97, Issue 85, p46
Reports that one million two-year-old children are not adequately vaccinated against the ten major childhood diseases as stated by Donna E. Shalala in a join press release of several health agencies. Combined effort of the American Academy of Pediatrics and McDonald's restaurants in distributing vaccination schedule; Background of most unvaccinated children; Launching of a study which is supported by the National Institutes of Health.


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