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Prevnar 13 Recommendation For Medicare Population May Be Short Lived

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CDC advisory committee support for Pfizer pneumococcal vaccine in adults 65 and older comes with caveat that recommendation will be re-examined, and possibly revised, in 2018 due to effects of herd immunity.

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