Mass Childhood Immunization: Some Ethical Doubts for Primary Health Care Workers
Nursing Ethics 1995 March; 2(1): 63-70
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Pilgrim, David; Rogers, Anne (1995-03)The mass childhood immunization programme has traditionally been viewed as a safe and effective preventative measure by health promoters, primary health care professionals and governments. This consensus has meant that ...
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