PerspectivePediatric Vaccines

Development of Newborn and Infant Vaccines

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Science Translational Medicine  06 Jul 2011:
Vol. 3, Issue 90, pp. 90ps27
DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.3001880

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  • The ideal vaccine for babies

    In 1989, when I visited California with my family, we had a lunch at McDonald’s in Santa Barbara. On the placemat on our tray there was an announcement from Mr. Grin on how parents should protect their children by having them vaccinated. It stated that at 18 months your child needs the Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) vaccine. At that time, this vaccine was a polysaccharide vaccine, which is not effective below 18 months. Ho...

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