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Also, a review of blood samples suggests Zika-linked microcephaly in Hawaii as far back as 2009.
ACIP spent several months reviewing clinical trial data that showed two doses in younger adolescents prompted an immune response similar to or higher than in young adults.
The concern comes after heater-cooler devices were found to be contaminated with Mycobacterium chimaera.
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