Present and future challenges of immunizations on the health of our patients.

Abstract

A recent analysis demonstrated a change in incidence approaching 100% for diseases against which we routinely immunize in the United States. At present, measles, mumps, rubella, invasive Haemophilus disease, poliomyelitis, diphtheria and tetanus are well-controlled but not eliminated. Diseases that now pose special problems include pertussis, hepatitis A… (More)

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@article{Gershon1995PresentAF, title={Present and future challenges of immunizations on the health of our patients.}, author={Anne A. Gershon}, journal={The Pediatric infectious disease journal}, year={1995}, volume={14 5}, pages={445-9} }