Vaccine immunogenicity in injecting drug users: a systematic review.

Abstract

Injection drug use is a prevalent global phenomenon; one not bound by a country's level of development or geographical location. Injection drug users (IDUs) are at high risk for a variety of parenterally acquired and transmitted infections. Licensed vaccines are available for some of these infectious diseases, such as tetanus, influenza, and hepatitis A and… (More)

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@article{Baral2007VaccineII, title={Vaccine immunogenicity in injecting drug users: a systematic review.}, author={Stefan David Baral and Susan G. Sherman and Peggy Margaret E Millson and Chris Beyrer}, journal={The Lancet. Infectious diseases}, year={2007}, volume={7 10}, pages={667-74} }