Published in Vaccine Weekly, May 14th, 2003
"Countries with a low risk of hepatitis B (HB) lack data on the effectiveness of universal HB vaccination programs for children. British Columbia began a program in 1992, offering HB vaccination to 11 year olds. We conducted an anonymous, unlinked serologic survey seven years later, analyzing a random sample of specimens (n=1,215) from women aged 15-44 years who had undergone antenatal rubella testing," scientists writing in the Canadian Medical Association Journal report.
"Among those aged 15-19...
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