A Importância da Vacinação com a Dra. Melissa Palmieri

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A vacinação é a arma mais eficiente no combate à gripe e outras doenças virais.
Neste episódio, a Dra. Melissa Palmieri nos ajuda aqui esclarecendo dúvidas populares e trazendo dados e fatos que sustentam a importância e eficácia da vacinação.
Escute agora.
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