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October 20, 1995 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-20

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Dear Mn Governor:

We're taking aim
against childhood
diseases.

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Current estimates suggest that only one third of Michigan's two year olds
are adequately immunized.
In response to this growing concern, Botsford General Hospital has joined
with several other health care organizations including the Michigan
Department of Public Health to create AIM, the Alliance for Immunization in
Michigan.
AIM supports the national goal of adequate immunization of 90 percent of
all children by age two. Its mission is to educate, motivate and promote the
achievement of this goal. AIM also supports the state-wide immunization
registry for all children that is currently being planned.
The Alliance has developed a Starter Kit for health care
professionals and hospitals in our state. The kit contains the
most current information, resources and promotional
materials needed to assist in offering immunizations.
We'd like to thank everyone who has joined together with
botsford
us to take aim against childhood diseases. At Botsford, we
general
believe that making a difference in Michigan starts in our
Alliance for
hospital
Immunization in
Michigan
community.

01995 Botsford General Hospital

Reaching out to the people of our community.

28050 Grand River Avenue • Farmington Hills, Michigan 48336-5933 (810) 471-8000

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