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|"The schools are a really neat place to vaccinate children in a painless and needless form," King said. "We were only approved and funded to do one school, so we had to pick our favorite school."|
|The complete and thorough answers that King provided resulted in many parents believing that the product had no downfall, and many couldn't wait for the study to begin.
"I really didn't see any downfalls with it," said Renee Lease of Union Bridge, who has a first-grader at the school. "I want to see this get started."
If their parents choose to have them take part in the study, Elmer Wolfe students will receive the nasal influenza vaccine in both nostrils from a registered nurse between October 2003 and January 2004. In the seven days that follow, students' parents or guardians will record any vaccination illness symptoms, medication use, medical visits and missed days of school. At the end of the flu season, parents fill out an anonymous questionnaire about flu illness, medication usage and work or school days missed since the vaccine was administered.
|"The schools are a really neat place to vaccinate children in a painless and needless form,"|