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Should You Be Vaccinated Against Hepatitis B?


The Immunization Action Coalition (IAC)  recently revised Should You Be Vaccinated Against Hepatitis B? to include diabetes as a reason to be vaccinated. This screening questionnaire allows adult patients to assess their risk of hepatitis B virus infection without having to disclose a specific risk factor.

Primary Toolkit:

Immunization Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Adolescents, Child, Immunization, Infectious Diseases


Institutional Author:

Immunization Action Coalition (IAC)





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