Published in Vaccine Weekly, June 8th, 1998
Comparable programs in other states may work well also, but have never been studied carefully, according to one of the researchers.
"North Carolina's universal purchase program has had a significant positive impact on immunization rates, especially for children with inadequate insurance for well-child care," said Dr. Gary L. Freed, associate professor of pediatrics at the UNC-CH School of Medicine.
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