Georgia first lady stumps for immunizations
by Christine Fonville
12:51 PM, Wednesday, July 23
Last week, Georgia first lady Sandra Deal visited the maternity ward at Atlanta Medical Center’s midtown Atlanta campus to promote the importance of childhood immunizations in stopping the spread of preventable disease. Deal said she has visited h...

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