Georges Benjamin

Executive Director, American Public Health Association

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Executive Director of the American Public Health Association, an advocacy group for public healthcare professionals in Washington, DC

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By early next week, the first batch of some 250 million  swine flu vaccine treatments  will be available free, paid for by the American government.

H1N1: What You Need to Know, What You Need to Do

By early next week, the first batch of some 250 million swine flu vaccine treatments will be available free, paid for by the American government.

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