Vietnam Doctors Say Lack Of Measles Vaccine Leading To Spread
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Vietnamese physicians say a shortage of measles vaccine in the country is resulting in 10 new cases of the disease every month in Ho Chi Minh City alone
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