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Surveillance of Suspected Dengue Cases for Access to Care for Subjects Identified as Seronegative or Undetermined Before Receiving CYD Dengue Vaccine in Previous Clinical Studies in Colombia

2019-10-08 08:47:30 | BioPortfolio

Summary

The primary objective of the study is to identify any suspected dengue case in subjects that received at least one dose of the CYD dengue vaccine who were classified as seronegative or undetermined at baseline (according to PRNT50 at baseline, or anti-non-structural protein 1 [NS1] test Post-dose 3) in the Colombian study sites of CYD15, CYD13, CYD29, CYD64, CYD65 trials in order to allow appropriate access to care until the completion of 10 years after the last CYD Dengue Vaccine received by each participant

Description

The planned duration of each participant's participation in the study will vary according to the date when they received their last CYD Dengue Vaccine. The surveillance will last during 10 year after the last CYD dengue vaccination of included participants

Study Design

Conditions

Dengue Fever

Status

Not yet recruiting

Source

Sanofi

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-08T08:47:30-0400

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