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  • Video: Vaccine letter from drug company speaks from the past

    In 1962, Stella Bohern received a letter from drug manufacturer Pfizer addressed to her then-toddler Theresa Hazelton. The missive informed her that she was the first child to receive the measles vaccine in California, as part of a field trial of the new drug. Video & editing by Madeline Lear, sound recording by Andrew Holzman/The Sacramento Bee.

In 1962, Stella Bohern received a letter from drug manufacturer Pfizer addressed to her then-toddler Theresa Hazelton. The missive informed her that she was the first child to receive the measles vaccine in California, as part of a field trial of the new drug. Video & editing by Madeline Lear, sound recording by Andrew Holzman/The Sacramento Bee.
In 1962, Stella Bohern received a letter from drug manufacturer Pfizer addressed to her then-toddler Theresa Hazelton. The missive informed her that she was the first child to receive the measles vaccine in California, as part of a field trial of the new drug. Video & editing by Madeline Lear, sound recording by Andrew Holzman/The Sacramento Bee.
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Video: Vaccine letter from drug company speaks from the past

July 28, 2015 11:10 AM

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