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History of Tetanus in U.S., Abroad

Saturday’s Los Angeles Daily News featured a column by Dr. Claire Panosian Dunavan, clinical professor of infectious diseases at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, about the low incidence of tetanus in the U.S., due mainly to routine health care and vaccinations not always available in other countries.



 

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