CVS pharmacist Kevin Appold pre-fills syringes in Lakewood Ranch. CVS pharmacists at the clinic administered approximately 100 vaccinations of the regular flu and H1N1 vaccine. In Mississippi, officials say vaccines are saving the lives on infants despite a controversial billboard saying otherwise.
CVS pharmacist Kevin Appold pre-fills syringes in Lakewood Ranch. CVS pharmacists at the clinic administered approximately 100 vaccinations of the regular flu and H1N1 vaccine. In Mississippi, officials say vaccines are saving the lives on infants despite a controversial billboard saying otherwise. Grant Jefferies gjefferies@bradenton.com File
CVS pharmacist Kevin Appold pre-fills syringes in Lakewood Ranch. CVS pharmacists at the clinic administered approximately 100 vaccinations of the regular flu and H1N1 vaccine. In Mississippi, officials say vaccines are saving the lives on infants despite a controversial billboard saying otherwise. Grant Jefferies gjefferies@bradenton.com File

‘Vaccines are saving our babies,’ not killing them, Mississippi doctor says

August 24, 2017 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 24, 2017 12:00 AM

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