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Japan May Speed H1N1 Vaccinations For 9.8 Million Children

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Japan's Health Ministry is considering beginning H1N1 flu inoculations for children within a week instead of waiting for the scheduled Dec. 1 start. The original plans called for shots to begin on that date for healthy children ages 1 year old through third grade and for children with chronic problems from fourth grade primary to middle school. The speed-up in plans to vaccinate 9.8 million children is being considered because an increasing number of children recently have become infected with H1N1. (Click here for more

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