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Vaccination alternatives needed: professor 17-04-2015

A US professor who led global efforts to eradicate smallpox, says new methods such as oral vaccine or skin patches are needed to overcome debates over the use of syringes for vaccinations. Donald Henderson, emeritus dean of medicine at the Bloombe

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