Immunocompetence as a constraint on the secretion of steroid hormones and associated behaviour

These guidelines were created to provide primary care and specialty clinicians with evidence-based guidelines for active immunization of patients with altered immunocompetence and their household contacts in order to safely prevent vaccine-preventable infections. They do not represent the only approach to vaccination. Recommended immunization schedules for normal adults and children as well as certain adults and children at high risk for vaccine-preventable infections are updated and published annually by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and partner organizations. Link to full text guideline

Immunocompetence as a constraint on the secretion of steroid hormones and associated behaviour

immunocompetence as a constraint on the secretion of steroid hormones and associated behaviour

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