Nurses prove vital in increasing flu and pneumonia vaccination rates; England sees largest MMR vaccine uptake in young children in 14 years;

 

> More elderly and at-risk adults get their flu and pneumonia vaccinations when the shots are coordinated and given by nurses instead of doctors, a study shows. Story

> Twelve of Australia's top immunization specialists warn parents that they are risking deadly consequences if they choose not to vaccinate their children. News

> MMR vaccine uptake in young children reached its highest level in 14 years in England. Report

> A new tuberculosis vaccine will undergo a clinical trial in Europe. Article

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