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JAMA. 1986;256(17):2311-2321. doi:10.1001/jama.1986.03380170027006.
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It should be noted that simultaneous administration of MMR, DTP, and OPV was previously recommended for children who were behind schedule in receiving their immunizations. This recommendation was based on the demonstrated safety and efficacy of other vaccine combinations (eg, DTP and measles, or MMR and OPV).
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The BLS Annual Survey provides yearly national estimates of incidence rates of occupational illness based on a randomly selected national sample of private-sector US businesses from all industrial classifications. The survey records all new illnesses recognized during the reporting year (incidence) but does not measure continuing conditions from previous years (prevalence). Since 1978, the Annual Survey has not tabulated lost workday statistics separately by type of occupational illness.
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