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A day in the life of a pandemic

On Thursday it was 63,500 swine flu doses, and hundreds of thousands in need. So who will get the vaccine? Inside the world of the state officials and doctors who must make that sobering choice, and of the worried people clamoring to be next in line

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / November 8, 2009

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The e-mail landed at 9:35 Thursday morning on a computer screen deep inside an austere state building perched above the Forest Hills transit station: (Full article: 1522 words)

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