Lisa Jackson

Senior Investigator, Group Health Cooperative

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Physician and Senior Investigator at Group Health Cooperative in Seattle, Washington

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Two weeks ago, swine flu vaccination was derided on television talk shows, and polls showed a lack of public interest. Then supplies began to run out.

Swine Flu: Mixed Messages and Public Anxiety

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