Japan Plans Nationwide Vaccinations For 2013 Dangerous Flu Epidemic
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japan has drafted plans to be ready to launch a massive nationwide program to vaccinate each of its 130 million people next year, if necessary to protect against a new highly virulent and infectious influenza-strain epidemic.
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