Vaccines changed the pandemic’s course. A look at other life-changing vaccines and why hesitancy undoes progress.
Dr Amir Khan
Dr Amir Khan is an NHS doctor and Senior Lecturer at The University of Leeds School of Medicine and The University of Bradford in the UK.
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