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Tracking Patient Immunizations Can Improve Post-HSCT Vaccination Rates

12:33 EDT 4 May 2017 | Cancer Networks

Patients undergoing allo-HSCT can remain immune-impaired for several years after treatment, but methods such as adopting guideline-driven tracking tools to determine which patients have been assessed for immunization eligibility can improve vaccination rates, suggest a feasibility study at ONS.

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