Chinese Army To Inoculate New Recruits Against Hepatitis B Virus
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The Chinese Army announced plans to vaccinate all new recruits against hepatitis B this year and eventually expand the inoculations to the entire army. The nation counts more than 100 million people with the hepatitis B virus, adding 10 million more a year. The People's Liberation Army said the sheer numbers make the virus a threat to army personnel and their combativeness. The army's Health Department also plans to revise the rules covering military vaccinations. (Click here for more
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