Immunizing the Adult Patient
Cases of some vaccine-preventable illnesses—hepatitis B, herpes zoster, human papillomavirus infection, influenza, pertussis, and pneumococcal infection—are still relatively common. Understanding the importance of up-to-date vaccinations in all adults and recognizing opportunities to vaccinate can benefit the entire population.
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Fast Facts Friday: January 17, 2020
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