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Immunization Week focuses on infants

April 23, 2011
The Marietta Times

Many health organizations list vaccines in their list of "Top 10 Public Health Achievements." One main reason is that vaccines have successfully prevented an uncountable number of complications and deaths from many diseases, such as hepatitis, polio, and rotavirus. Not only do vaccines benefit the person who receives them, but they indirectly prevent the spread of more disease.

 
 

 

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