Published in Elder Law Weekly, November 2nd, 2005
According to recent research published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, "hepatitis A and B are serious vaccine-preventable diseases with a predominantly overlapping epidemiological distribution. Travelers, a term encompassing a range of individuals, are at risk of contracting these diseases if they are unvaccinated."
"Although the benefits of the primary vaccination course of hepatitis A and B vaccines are clear, the administration of hepatitis A and B boosters varies worldwide," according to J.N. Zuckerman and colleagues, Royal Free & University College...
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