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Polio Vaccination
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Yellow fever, though preventable by safe and effective vaccination, still strikes about 200,000 people each year, killing some 30,000 in Africa and the Americas. Medical teams follow fava bean harvesters in Brazil, providing vaccinations and collecting mosquitos that transmit the disease.

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