Parents should initiate the conversation, says UCLA Health’s Dr. Melissa Brymer
‘It’s a core part of our mission around community engagement and serving some of the most underserved children entering the region,’ says UCLA Health President Johnese Spisso
Districts must have approved safety plans, but it also will take vigilance on the part of families
Keeping your child’s vaccine schedule will protect them from other dangerous diseases.
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