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Immunity acquired from infection or vaccination protects humans from symptomatic hepatitis E. However, whether the risk of hepatitis E virus (HEV) infection is reduced by the immunity remains unknown. To understand this issue, a cohort with 12 409 participants randomized to receive the hepatitis E vaccine Hecolin(®) or placebo were serologically followed up(More)
AIMS Hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer, thyroid medullary carcinoma, breast/ovarian cancer and gastric cancer/breast cancer syndrome are encountered in surgery. Some gastric cancer/breast cancer syndrome may be the result of a CDH1 germline mutation. This is the first report of CDH1 germline mutations gastric cancer/breast cancer syndrome in(More)
OBJECTIVE Naturally acquired anti-hepatitis E virus (HEV) immunity can protect against new HEV infections. The aim of this study was to analyse the persistence of naturally acquired anti-HEV immunoglobulin (Ig) G and anti-HEV IgG concentrations after vaccination. METHODS We examined the seropositivity rates of participants included in a phase 3 clinical(More)
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