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Summary of CDC Rec's Sep 07
Incremental implementation of the hepatitis A vaccination strategy, which started in 1996 and was targeted for high risk populations, has reduced the current rate of hepatitis A to the lowest ever reported in the U.S. Hepatitis A is no longer more prominent in certain ethnic groups or geographic locations. As such, vaccination of specific groups of people doesn't make sense anymore.2
How is the Hepatitis A rating doing in the US? Sep 07
Lowest ever reported in US; no longer more prominent in certain ethnic groups or geo-locations
When did Hep-A vax efforts start?
1996 - incremental implementation of strategy
What has been the 1st step of the incremental strategy for Hep-A Vax?
Started in 1996, targeted at high rish populations
Which "groups" of people should be vax'd for Hep-A
Due to low rate, and no ethnic group nor geographic location assoc with Hep-A, no longer logical to Vax a "Group" of people