Effectiveness of One Dose of 2009 Influenza A (H1N1) Vaccine at Preventing Hospitalization with Pandemic H1N1 Influenza in Children 7 Months to 9 Years of Age Full Text
The Journal of Infectious Diseases,  Clinical Article

Hadler JL et al. – These findings are consistent with those from prelicensure immunogenicity studies and have implications for interpretation of immunogenicity studies and setting priorities for vaccination of young children in future pandemics. Immunization registries can provide a simple, rapid assessment of VE to evaluate and inform vaccination policy.

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