Studies disagree on best way to immunize against smallpox

A new study shows targeted vaccinations would be most effective in handling a smallpox outbreak. By limiting vaccinations to those who come into contact with infected persons, it would eliminate mass vaccinations and minimize health consequences associated with the vaccine.

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