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Vaccines: Can You Imagine Public Health Without Them -...

  • Aired: 04/05/2010
  • 01:03:20
  • Rating: TV-G
Dr. Peter Shult, Director, Communicable Disease Division and Emergency Laboratory Response, Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene Dr. Shult provides a broad overview of vaccines including the history of and scientific rational for their development and use and their critical role in controlling a number of infectious diseases of public health importance in developed and developing countries.
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Peter Shult discusses vaccines and their role in developed and developing countries.
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