Published in Physician Law Weekly, December 31st, 2008
"After we controlled for Latino ethnicity and Medicaid, we found that children enrolled in the program were 53% more likely to be up-to-date (adjusted odds ratio=1.53; 95% confidence interval=1.33, 1.75) and to receive timely immunizations than were children in the control group (t=3.91)," wrote S.E. Findley and colleagues, Columbia University.
The researchers concluded: "The...
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