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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(New York: Robert Bazell) FDA (Food and Drug Administration) preliminary approval of a new childhood vaccine to protect children from ear infections and meningitis reported. [Kaiser Permanente Dr. Steven BLACK - talks about the vaccine.] [Rebecca Sable's mother Aliza SABLE - says her daughter's illnesses have been upsetting.] [Mt. Sinai Hospital Dr. Michael ROTHSCHILD - says ear infections cause a lot of missed school and work says.] [Kaiser Permanente Dr. Henry SHINEFIELD - says many children die from blood infections and meningitis.] [Benjamin Siegel's mother Michel SIEGEL - says her son has never had an ear infection.]
- Bazell, Robert;
- Brokaw, Tom
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