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Cervicovaginal lavages from 752 pregnant women at term were investigated by polymerase chain reaction to evaluate human papillomavirus (HPV) infection prevalences and were compared with cervicovaginal samples from two series of nonpregnant subjects (504 healthy women attending a family planning service and 560 symptomatic patients attending a vaginitis(More)
504 healthy infants, born to HBsAg negative mothers from May 1st to December 31st 1991, were randomly allocated to an accelerated (group A) or traditional (group B) immunization schedule. The group A infants were immunized at 4 days, 1 month and 3 months of life with 10 micrograms of recombinant HBV vaccine (Engerix B, SKF) while the group B infants were(More)
This study involved 912 infants born to HBsAg-negative mothers from 1 May 1991 to 30 June 1992. The subjects were randomly allocated to an accelerated (Group A) or traditional (Group B) immunization schedule and immunized with 10 micrograms of recombinant HBV vaccine. At the end of the vaccinal cycle 98.14% of both groups were protected against HBV with a(More)
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