Waning immunity against streptococcus pneumoniae, pertussis, and tetanus in children treated for acute lymphoblastic leukemia: a canadian immunization research network study
ESPID Education. Top K. May 9, 2019; 263134 Disclosure(s): This study was received in-kind research support from Pfizer. KAT has received grants from GSK and consultancy fees from Pfizer unrelated to this work.
Dr. Karina Top
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