Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, July 31st, 2005
"The U.K. immunization program is managed through a tightly connected process that links the ways policy is developed, submitted to independent expert review and recommendation, adopted into strategy, and implemented into practice. There is one advisory body for immunization. Its recommendations, once accepted by government, are centrally funded, and vaccines are provided at no cost to recipients," a scientist in England reports.
"Although the present system has worked well, changes in health care management at the...
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