Published in Medicine and Law Weekly, May 26th, 2006
"A small national study was carried out in England in 2003/2004 to ascertain the views of primary care trusts (PCTs) and general practitioners (GPs) on whether influenza immunization should be extended to all people aged 50-64 years from the current recommendation of 65 years or more. Results showed that as many primary care trusts would be in favor, as would not be in favor. A similarly divided view was expressed by general practitioners," scientists writing in the journal Vaccine report.
"Vaccine uptake rates for high-risk (HR) and low-risk (LR)...
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