N. Korean Children Inoculated Against Encephalitis, Meningitis
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
An international institute is testing a pair of vaccines against Japanese encephalitis and meningitis by inoculating 6,000 children in North Korea. Half the children received the encephalitis vaccine and the rest were given a haemophilus influenza type B vaccine. The test was conducted by the vaccine institute to determine if the vaccines should be added to North Korea's routine inoculation program. (Click here for more
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