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CDC’s 2009 H1N1 Vaccine Pharmacy Initiative in the United States: Implications for Future Public Health and Pharmacy Collaborations for Emergency Response

  • Lisa M. Koonin, Denise R. Beauvais, Tom Shimabukuro, Pascale M. Wortley, Jane B. Palmier, Toscha R. Stanley, John Theofilos and Toby L. Merlin...
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Correspondence: Lisa M. Koonin, MN, MPH, Office of Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1600 Clifton Road, NE MS A-20, Atlanta, GA 30333 (e-mail: LKoonin@cdc.gov).

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CDC’s 2009 H1N1 Vaccine Pharmacy Initiative in the United States: Implications for Future Public Health and Pharmacy Collaborations for Emergency Response

  • Lisa M. Koonin, Denise R. Beauvais, Tom Shimabukuro, Pascale M. Wortley, Jane B. Palmier, Toscha R. Stanley, John Theofilos and Toby L. Merlin...

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