H1N1 influenza vaccine: Global access for a global problem

MacDonald, Noni
August 2009
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;8/4/2009, Vol. 181 Issue 3/4, p123
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the impact of swine influenza vaccination on the global pandemic. Being cited is the fact that vaccination has been considered a prerequisite for the success of any pandemic strategy to protect global health. The author stresses that during this time of facing such a challenging health problem, everyone needs to ensure vast and equitable access to any pandemic influenza vaccine.


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