Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, August 8th, 2004
"As immunization programs world-wide 'mature' with high vaccine coverage and near elimination of vaccine-preventable disease, vaccine safety issues have increased in relative prominence. In the wake of events of 11 September 2001, fear of bioterrorism has reemerged. The paradigm of eradicating vaccine-preventable diseases, stopping vaccinations, and thereby also eradicating the associated vaccine adverse events (a la smallpox) may unfortunately be obsolete," a researcher in the United States reports.
"If all vaccinations have to be continued indefinitely,...
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