Published in Hepatitis Weekly, October 1st, 2001
In the United States, doctors usually recommend that children begin receiving hepatitis B vaccine shortly after birth, completing the series by 18 months of age. However, some children miss receiving these vaccinations at the recommended ages, placing them at greater risk for acquiring infection.
The authors of a study performed in Poland, where vaccine practices may vary...
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