Can mandatory vaccination be objected to? Who gets a vaccine first if there isn’t enough for everyone? And can a vaccine be used if a tiny fraction of recipients will die from it?
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This presentation took place in 2002 at the International Conference on Judaism and Contemporary Medicine. The video recording is courtesy of Dr. Michael-Moshe Akerman M.D. who is the director of the conference.
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