2009 influenza A(H1N1) monovalent vaccines for children.

  title={2009 influenza A(H1N1) monovalent vaccines for children.},
  author={Anthony E. Fiore and Kathleen M Neuzil},
  volume={303 1},
THE 2009 INFLUENZA A(H1N1) VIRUS WAS FIRST IDENtified 8 months ago, but the virus has already had a substantial effect on human health. Influenza activity in the United States has remained higher than normal since May, and measures of severe illness such as hospitalizations and deaths during the summer and fall have been equal to or higher than rates usually observed in a typical winter influenzaseasoninallagegroupsexceptolderadults.Eventhough influenzaactivityhasdecreased inrecentweeks… CONTINUE READING

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