This cohort study of women given Tdap vaccine during pregnancy evaluates associations between time since prior tetanus-containing vaccinations and acute adverse events in mothers and adverse birth outcomes.
Dr Fauci and coauthors discuss the Lasker Awards that have been granted to scientists for discoveries underlying vaccine development.
This study reports on the changes to the vaccination recommendations by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices and the status of implementation of requirements by the states.
This report summarizes the experience of 1 patient with needlestick exposure to the Ebola virus and postexposure vaccination with VSVΔG-ZEBOV.
This Viewpoint discusses whether parental objections to mandatory childhood vaccinations justify decisions that place the community at risk.
This cohort study of all Danish and Swedish girls and women aged 10 years to 44 years reports that quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccination was not associated with development of multiple sclerosis or other demyelinating diseases.
This retrospective study found that Tdap vaccination during pregnancy was not associated with increased risk of hypertensive disorders preterm or small-for-gestational age births.
This randomized trial reports that receipt of a single dose of influenza A(H5N1) vaccine was associated with sufficient immunologic priming to facilitate response to a different H5N1 antigen using a low dose of booster vaccine; in participants not previously vaccinated, low-dose vaccine plus adjuvant was more immunogenic compared with higher doses of unadjuvanted vaccine.
To examine whether the live vaccine against measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) is associated with lower rates of hospital admissions for infections among children in Denmark, Sørup and coauthors conducted a population-based cohort study using data on vaccinations and hospital admissions from nationwide Danish registers.
To investigate human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine dose-level protection, Herweijer and coauthors examined the association between quadrivalent HPV vaccination and first occurrence of condyloma in relation to vaccine dose using data from Swedish population-based health registers for 1 045 165 females.