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Measles vaccine

P Madhok

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2007.018


This refers to the letter by A Verma lamenting the fact that not enough children take the oral polio vaccine in spite of it being available free of charge. Although in a few instances people may have resisted, in general they know that pulse polio gives a blanket cover to children and is bound to lower the incidence of the disease.

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