You Wouldn t Want to Live Without Vaccinations

Presents a brief history of vaccination, describes how and why it works, and looks at some of the deadly diseases vaccines have saved people from.

You Wouldn t Want to Live Without Vaccinations

Author: Anne Rooney

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ISBN: 9780531214091

Page: 32

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Presents a brief history of vaccination, describes how and why it works, and looks at some of the deadly diseases vaccines have saved people from.

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