Published in Vaccine Weekly, January 15th, 2003
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention began training hundreds of health officials from around the country to learn how to safely administer the smallpox vaccine.
In January 2003, the state officials and the people they train are expected to begin inoculating medical teams and others who would respond to a smallpox attack. If the public is threatened by a bioterrorist attack of the...
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