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Swine Flu Vaccine #246534

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 21, 1976
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(Studio) Report on efforts to develop swine flu vaccine.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) President Ford wants vaccines for everybody by fall. Vaccines produced by 2 of 4 companies proved ineffective for persons under 23. Other 2 vaccines effective but produce side effects. More testing needed. [Dr. Albert SABIN - says must reconsider whether to use vaccine before or after a possible epidemic occurs.] [Dr. Jonas SALK - says depends on what we want to accomplish. Vaccines do more good in arms of people than in refrigerators.] [New Jersey public health official Dr. Martin GOLDFIELD - can immunize New Jersey's population in 2 weeks] [Colorado state epidemiologist Dr. Tom VERNON - feels population should be immunized against possible epidemic.] Advisory subcmtes. to Public Health Service to make recommendations Tuesday
REPORTER: Neil Strawser

Mudd, Roger;
Strawser, Neil

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