Generation X: A Key Figure In Fighting The Flu

Dr. Schaffner explains the link between Gen. X and increased Flu vaccines.
0:44 | 01/23/12

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Obviously knowledge is not enough to motivate behavior. First of all we need to get even more information out to Generation X. And then we need to motivate them to not only get themselves vaccinated but to get their children vaccinated. These young adults are opinion makers they also drive things happening in their families they're responsible for their children. They are increasingly responsible for their elders so. They're the ones that make things happen in our society if they can be convinced. That influenza vaccination is important they'll spread the word and get the job done throughout the age range only by vaccination. I think will we be able to reduce the serious impact of influenza. Each and every year.

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