Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, August 1st, 2004
Frenk told some 400 people attending the meeting that deaths from diarrheal disease "have dropped dramatically" in Mexico, since strong measures were taken to control it after the cholera epidemic that struck the Americas in 1991.
"Vaccines can be a very cost-effective intervention and Mexico is a world leader in immunizing children, with 98% coverage of children under 5...
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