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Sep 16, 2003

Sep 16, 2003

Voluntary smallpox vaccination could yield low herd immunity

(CIDRAP News) – A voluntary smallpox vaccination policy for the public is likely to produce an inadequate level of protection for the nation in the event of a smallpox attack, according to a recent study based on mathematical modeling.

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