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Dr John Wright of Bradford Royal Infirmary says he’s noticed that his medical colleagues show a preference for one vaccine, while members of the public often prefer another. He argues that this isn’t a time to be choosy.
The dash for vaccines has thrown up a rather peculiar situation. With so many pharmaceutical companies competing in this greatest of scientific races, we now have a variety of vaccines, and people are starting to ask me, “Do I get a choice?” And “Which vaccine would you recommend?”
The concept of consumer choice when it comes to immunisation, or even medications, is