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NEXT WEEK three new dramatic vignettes aimed at alerting all Americans to the prevalence of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection will debut on more than 850 television and radio stations across the country.
EVIDENCE that infants can be protected against Haemophilus influenzae type b is accumulating, but the goal of extending that protection to those as young as 2 months of age has not yet been reached.
The evidence now is that the vaccine protects after the second dose, which is given at 6 months...
PREVENTABLE, curable, but largely forgotten—that's been an apt description of tuberculosis (TB) in the United States from the 1940s until recently.
However, speakers in Boston at the first World Conference on Lung Health made it clear that for various reasons
A NEW (to the United States at any rate) inactivated poliomyelitis vaccine is likely to become available before the end of the year.
If the new inactivated vaccine is licensed, it will become the primary agent for use in those patients in whom live-virus oral polio vaccine is contraindicated or...
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