Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 7th, 2006
Scientists in the United States conducted a study "to examine factors that influence the decision of military dependents to decline smallpox vaccination in the event of an outbreak."
"A total of 373 military dependents, 18 to 65 years of age, were surveyed in December 2003, at Fort Hood, Texas, and Fort Sill, Oklahoma, concerning smallpox vaccine knowledge, adverse reactions, and willingness to receive the vaccine," reported Douglas Maurer and collaborators at Darnall Army Community Hospital and Reynolds Army Community Hospital. "A total of...
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