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Childhood Vaccines: Ensuring an Adequate Supply Poses Continuing Challenges
The fed. gov’t. plays a variety of roles in immuni

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By Janet Heinrich (au)
Year: 2002
Pages: 42
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1428944095

The fed. govít. plays a variety of roles in immunization (immun.) programs. Although vaccines are made by private co. & immun. policies are set at the state level, various agencies of HHS have roles in regulating vaccine production, purchasing vaccines & making them avail. to states, & making recommend. for states to consider in setting immun. policies. The fed. govít. also plays a central role in ensuring the adequacy of the vaccine supply. This report answers these questions: Have recent childhood vaccine shortages affected immun. policies & programs? What factors have contributed to the recent shortages, & have they been resolved? What strategies are fed. agencies considering to help mitigate disruptions in the vaccine supply? Charts & tables.

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