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Success of Immunizations Becomes Its Weaknessi
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Carol Pearson
April 26, 2014 2:10 AM
The World Health Organization is urging adults to get their children immunized against deadly and debilitating diseases, and to make sure their own immunizations are up to date. The WHO observes World Immunization Week between now and April 30. VOA's Carol Pearson reports on the safety of vaccines and a controversy about them.

Success of Immunizations Becomes Its Weakness

Carol Pearson

Published April 25, 2014

The World Health Organization is urging adults to get their children immunized against deadly and debilitating diseases, and to make sure their own immunizations are up to date. The WHO observes World Immunization Week between now and April 30. VOA's Carol Pearson reports on the safety of vaccines and a controversy about them.


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