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Immunization Opportunities Taken and Missed

Stanley O. Foster
Reviews of Infectious Diseases
Vol. 11, Supplement 3. International Symposium on Vaccine Development and Utilization (May - Jun., 1989), pp. S629-S630
Published by: Oxford University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4454941
Page Count: 2
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Abstract

A significant proportion of nonvaccination is the result of the failure of the health sytem to make use of every opportunity for immunization. Answers to the four questions: Who is not vaccinated? Where could vaccinations have been given? When could vaccinations have been given? and Why were vaccinations not given? are important to understanding the epidemiology of nonvaccination.

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