Published in Vaccine Weekly, March 15th, 1999
In a recent editorial, Raymond S. Koff of Massachusetts' MetroWest Medical Center argued that a targeted approach to childhood vaccinations will do little to decrease disease incidence ("The Case for Routine Childhood Vaccination Against Hepatitis A," The New England Journal of Medicine, February 25, 1999;644-645).
"Limited, piecemeal approaches to the control of hepatitis A are unlikely to have a major impact on the disease," Koff wrote. "Although targeting of those at high risk or those who...
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