The effect of race and residence on the receipt of childhood immunizations: 1993-2001.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE To determine if rural minority children ages 3-71 months are more likely than similar aged urban minorities to have delays in their immunization status. METHODS Secondary analysis of the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) for the years 1993-2001. FINDINGS There were no substantial differences between the up-to-date immunization status of… (More)

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@article{Steyer2005TheEO, title={The effect of race and residence on the receipt of childhood immunizations: 1993-2001.}, author={Terrence E. Steyer and Arch G. Mainous and Mark E. Geesey}, journal={Vaccine}, year={2005}, volume={23 12}, pages={1464-70} }