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Washington Notebook (Childhood Vaccinations) #349299

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 06, 1993
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) The issue of the decline in childhood vaccinations examined; cost now and ten years ago compared. [Pediatrician Dr. Lillian BEARD - says diseases like measles are preventable.] [At President Clinton's economic summit, Children's Defense Fund Marian Wright EDELMAN, CLINTON - back immunization.] [In Washington, DC, clinic, mother Paula BERKS - explains her problems in bringing kids in for shots.] [County health director Dr. Martin WASSERMAN - cites costs saved by immunization.] Options considered for improving immunization percentages outlined. [Senator Dale BUMPERS - says childhood diseases can be eliminated.]

Schieffer, Bob

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