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SHOULD THE MENINGITIS B VACCINE BE EXTENDED TO ALL CHILDREN? — Oxford Today

Currently, the meningitis B jab is routinely given only to infants, but British parents are demanding the vaccine for all children under the age of eleven. Is that realistic or cost-effective? Two Oxford professors offer their answers.

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