Vaccination Timeliness Is Vital to Reducing Childhood Mortality

March 2, 2022

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U-M School of Public Health epidemiology research assistant professor Abram Wagner and sociology associate professor Margaret Frye author an article for the Center for Global Health Equity discussing the importance of vaccine timeliness in reducing death rates among children. They emphasize the importance of administering vaccines at the recommended time to reduce childhood mortality rates. The faculty experts highlight findings from their research conducted in sub-Saharan Africa.

  

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