South America to buy swine flu vaccine through PAHO
This article was originally published in Scrip
Instead of buying swine flu vaccines directly from manufacturers, South American countries will purchase them through the Pan American Health Organization's revolving fund for vaccines, says Ecuador's health minister Caroline Chang.
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