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Doctors Dissever on Vaccine Strategy

A sizeable group of doctors beckoned pediatricians to advance vaccines to dear family members of babies who are far too young to get shots for themselves. The U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advocated the strategy known as ‘cocooning’, meant to prevent diseases from reaching the infants. Meanwhile, expressing concern over the fat price of this strategy Dr. Danuta Skowronski of British Columbia Centre for Disease Control in Vancouver declared this program as inefficient. Dr. Danuta said, “The criteria for this to be successful are almost impossible. We’re not saying that babies are not important -of course they are but we have to be wise about how we use our finite resources.”

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