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Putting trust in doctors

A nationally representative survey by the Harvard School of Public Health found that when deciding whether to receive the swine flu vaccine, people look to their physicians and their children's pediatricians far more than they do to top federal health officials and medical groups.

Putting trust in doctors

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H1N1 injection (and spray) rejection
Article | The biggest frustration facing many doctors is the dearth of swine flu vaccine for their patients. But not Paula Soghomonian's pediatrician at Pediatric Village in the District. She is not recommending the shots -- or the nasal spray.

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