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December 12, 2007

Child Vaccine Recall
Pharmaceutical manufacturer Merck & Co. is recalling about a million
doses of the Hib vaccine, which is given to young children to prevent
pneumonia and meningitis. Be sure to read the details of the recall,
find out at what age a child receives this vaccine, and read what
parents should discuss with their family doctor or pediatrician

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 More on the Hib Vaccine and Other Childhood Vaccinations
 WebMD's Children's Health Center
 WebMD's Parenting Center

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