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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention[[rsquo]]s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices says that a booster that protects against pertussis as well as tetanus and diphtheria should be given every 10 years to adults aged 19 to 64 years.
Reported cases of pertussis in the United States have increased since 1976, including a substantial rise in the number of cases occurring among persons aged 10-19 years.
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