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Childhood Vaccine: Ensuring an Adequate Supply Poses Continuing Challenges (2 reports in 1)
Janet Heinrich. The federal government plays a variety of roles in immunization programs, one of the leading public health achievements of the 20th century, including ensuring the adequacy of the nationís vaccine supply -- a matter of increasing concern in recent years. In late 2001, the CDC reported shortages in 5 of the 8 recommended childhood vaccines. Concerned about the increasing frequency of these shortages, this report examines: (1) to what extent have recent childhood vaccine shortages affected immunization policies & programs?; (2) what factors have contributed to the recent shortages, & have they been resolved?; & (3) what strategies are federal agencies considering to help mitigate disruptions in the vaccine supply? Tables.
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