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Tawain Health Officials Resume Chicken Pox Shots For One-Year-Olds

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Taiwanese health authorities said the nation's shortage of chicken pox vaccines is over and physicians may resume vaccinating year-old children. The Bureau of National Health had to scale back the shots for newborns when supplies ran out last year as a result of a worldwide shortage of the drug. The bureau now says the vaccine supply has been rebuilt to last well into next year and vaccinations may resume. (Click here for more
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