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July 9, 2012

Yellow fever vaccination in organ transplanted patients: is it safe? A multicenter study


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Live virus vaccines such as yellow fever are generally contraindicated for immunosuppressed organ transplant recipients. However, transplanted persons residing in or travelling to yellow fever endemic regions are at great risk. Currently, a waiver of vaccination is given to transplant patients who wish to travel to a yellow fever endemic region. This multicenter study from […]

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