Glendale News-Press: Armenian Campaign is Worth a Shot

Nonprofit Children’s Vaccine Fund aiming to raise $1.5 million for various inoculations for Armenian children for next 15 years.

GLENDALE – While many Americans worry about the flu vaccine shortages, children in Armenia and other countries around the world are trying to get vaccines for more serious treatable diseases. In Glendale, one group is trying to help. The Millennium Armenian Children’s Vaccine Fund is attempting to raise $1.5 million to provide the standard set of vaccinations for children in Armenia for the next 15 years. The vaccinations, given to children in America as standard practice, cover serious diseases such as diphtheria, hepatitis B, polio and tuberculosis.

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