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Revaccination Could Benefit HIV-Infected Children

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  • surendernikhil gupta
    HIV-infected children receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) may require revaccination to maintain immunity against preventable diseases. There
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      HIV-infected children receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) may require revaccination to maintain immunity against preventable diseases. There remains no standard or official recommendation on revaccination of children receiving HAART, an effective intervention in reducing morbidity and mortality in HIV-infected children.  Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health reviewed published data to assess these children’s immune responses to vaccines and found that most children treated with HAART remained susceptible to vaccine-preventable diseases, but responded well to revaccination. Their review was published in the September issue of the Lancet Infectious Diseases.

       

      http://www.jhsph.edu/publichealthnews/press_releases/2010/moss_revaccinated_haart.html

       
      Thank you very much.
      With warm personal regards,
       
      Nikhil
      Dr. Surender N. Gupta,
      MBBS; PGDHHM;PGDMCH;PGCHFWM;
      FAIMS;FIMS;MA (Phil);MAE (Epidemiology)
      Faculty, Regional Health and Family Welfare Training Centre,
      CHHEB, Kangra-Himachal Pradesh, India.
      Pin-176001.
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