CDC: Meningitis vaccine shortage is over, shots for preteens OK

11/3/2006 | Yahoo!

The U.S. CDC reports that there no longer is a shortage of meningitis vaccine and preteens as well as college and high school students are recommended to receive the shots. A new meningitis vaccine was approved last year, but the government took preteens off the recommended list when demand appeared to exceed supply in May.

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