SPOTLIGHT: NYC students get H1N1 vaccination without parents' permission

This week, leaders with New York City schools had to admit that they'd made the kind of error that damages the image of H1N1 vaccination treatment. As part of its effort to vaccinate students against the illness, it inadvertently vaccinated two students without the permission of their parents, officials conceded. The school system is investigating how this mistake was made. Article

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