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Why vaccines are not just for children

Campagne de vaccination au Népal (poliomyélite)Cérémonie d’introduction du vaccin polio inactivé injectable (IPV) au Népal, avec le ministre de la Santé et de la Population du Népal, Shri Khaga Raj Adhikari, et Olivier Charmeil, PDG de Sanofi Pasteur

'Vaccines are there to protect everyone at every stage of life' Image: Sanofi Pasteur / Gautam Dhimal

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