Dengvaxia’s Restrictive Indication Will Make Immunization Recommendations Difficult, ACIP Members Say
The need to screen individuals in dengue-endemic areas for prior infection before administering Sanofi’s vaccine will be difficult to operationalize, particularly in the absence of a reliable and rapid diagnostic, experts say; Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices working group aims for full committee vote on use recommendations in February 2020.
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