A recent survey shows that most adult women in the United States may have been vaccinated at least once in the past 5 years, but they were not current with a range of common vaccines.
Results indicated that 70% of adult women said they received some form of vaccination in the past 5 years, and that tetanus (65%) and influenza (60%) vaccinations were the most likely to be up to date.
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