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Swine flu vaccine deliveries run late

With demand far outstripping supply, state cancels clinics

Nurse practitioner Margaret Tonelli gave a swine flu vaccine to Leigh Concessi of Wakefield yesterday as TJ Moore of Andover held her hand at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Nurse practitioner Margaret Tonelli gave a swine flu vaccine to Leigh Concessi of Wakefield yesterday as TJ Moore of Andover held her hand at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. (Lisa Poole/ Associated Press)
By Elizabeth Cooney and Kay Lazar
Globe Correspondent | Globe Staff / October 21, 2009

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Swine flu vaccine shipments to Massachusetts are running three weeks behind schedule, forcing the state to direct local health departments to cancel vaccine clinics scheduled for next month. (Full article: 1002 words)

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