Single-Dose Hepatitis A Vaccine Strategy Reduces Cases, Need For Liver Transplants Among Children In Argentina

Pan American Health Organization/WHO: Putting the brakes on hepatitis A in Argentina
This post discusses a single-dose hepatitis A vaccination strategy for infants, implemented in Argentina in 2005, which “dramatically reduces cases and has eradicated the need for transplants due to acute liver failure in children” (8/1).

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