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Of those children, 1,131 received the vaccine (two shots, given three weeks apart) and 1,129 received saline placebo shots. The vaccine worked even better in children than it does in adults. The children were soiled, uncared for, unnurtured. In defiance of her doctor, she took Michael home. The early years were not easy for Wasserman, who was a divorced mother for much of Michael’s.

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