MMR crisis forces DoH ad response

Kleinman, Mark
February 2002
Marketing (00253650);2/7/2002, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the move of the Department of Health to launch an advertising campaign that promotes the measles vaccine in Great Britain. Occurrence of measles epidemic in the country; Plans for an effective measles campaign; Campaign duration.


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