Adolescents Should Get A Vaccine Against Bacterial Meningitis. Part 3 of 3

Adolescents Should Get A Vaccine Against Bacterial Meningitis – Part 3 of 3

The declines were seen not only in children given the vaccine but also in adults, suggesting a “herd immunity” effect, the work authors noted. To assess the effect of the vaccine, researchers from several universities analyzed surveillance data from 1998 to 2005 in eight states. The number of cases of the blight dropped 30 percent in that time, but the effect on the very youngest and oldest was even more pronounced: Incidence decreased by 64 percent in those younger than 2 and by 54 percent in those older than 65 vigfx free trial n300.

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