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Only 19 percent of doctors polled said they were able to give vaccinations against H1N1 influenza to almost all the people on the priority list, according to a recent survey by a medical online site.

Forty-four percent said fewer than half of those on the priority list were able to get shots, according to the survey, conducted by Tokyo-based Medical Oblige Co.

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