CDC: Routine rotavirus vaccination leads to fewer cases

10/23/2009 | Yahoo!

Routine vaccination of infants for rotavirus substantially reduced the number of cases in children, CDC data showed. Researchers said after vaccinations began in 2006, the onset of the rotavirus season in 2007 was 11 weeks later than in years 2000 to 2006 and the number of positive test results was down by 64%.

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