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- CDC Says Immunizations Reduce Deaths From Influenza and Pneumococcal
Disease Among Older Adults (114 KB/10 pages) posted June 2008
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- CDC Seeks to Protect Older Adults with Shingles Vaccine Message (138 KB/17 pages) posted April 2008 (text-only version 48 KB)
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Content last reviewed on March 12, 2007
Content Source: National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases