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HEALTH SMALLPOX
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January 24, 2003
Dr. Marcia Trape of the University of Connecticut Health Center pushes
the smallpox vaccine immunization...
Farmington, United States of America
DOCTOR ADMINISTERS SMALLPOX VACCINE TO FIRST VOLUNTEER CIVILIAN HEALTH
CARE WORKER.
Dr. Marcia Trape of the University of Connecticut Health Center pushes
the smallpox vaccine immunization needle into the arm of Dr. James
Hadler in front of the news media January 24, 2003 at the Health Center
in Farmington, Connecticut. Hadler became the first volunteer
participant in the U.S. Government's national plan to vaccinate up to
500,000 health care workers and emergency workers against the dangers
of a smallpox outbreak that might result from a terror attack. Trape
had been immunized privately early in the day in order to safely
administer the vaccine. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

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