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* More than 3 Million Influenza Vaccine Doses Shipped This Week to Health Providers Serving High-Priority Groups (Press Release- Oct 22, 2004)
* CDC/Aventis Pasteur Collaborate To Ship More Than 2 Million Doses of Influenza Vaccine to Providers Who Serve High-Priority Groups (Press Release- Oct 15, 2004)
* Influenza Vaccine Supply Update (Press Briefing Transcript- Oct 12, 2004)
* CDC, Aventis Pasteur Announce Allocation Plan to Address Influenza Vaccine Shortages (Press Release- Oct 12, 2004)
* CDC Awards Health Protection Research Initiative Grants (Fact Sheet- Oct 7, 2004)
* Interim Influenza Vaccination Recommendations: 2004-05 (Press Release- Oct 5, 2004)
* Childhood Influenza Vaccination Coverage, US, 2002-2003 Influenza Season (Press Release- Sep 23, 2004)
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