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Volume 13, Number 9—September 2007

Research

Spectrum of Infection and Risk Factors for Human Monkeypox, United States, 2003

Mary G. Reynolds*Comments to Author , Whitni B. Davidson*, Aaron T. Curns*, Craig S. Conover†, Gregory Huhn*‡, Jeffrey P. Davis§, Mark Wegner§, Donita R. Croft§, Alexandra Newman*§, Nkolika N. Obiesie¶, Gail R. Hansen¶, Patrick L. Hays¶, Pamela Pontones#, Brad Beard#, Robert Teclaw#, James F. Howell#, Zachary Braden*, Robert C. Holman*, Kevin L. Karem*, and Inger K. Damon*
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; †Illinois Department of Public Health, Chicago, Illinois, USA; ‡Rush University, Chicago, Illinois, USA; §Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, Madison, Wisconsin, USA; ¶Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Topeka, Kansas, USA; #Indiana State Department of Health, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA;

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Figure 1

Age distribution of monkeypox virus–infected case-patients (A) and controls (B) and smallpox vaccination status. No study participants reported having received a smallpox vaccination within 25 years of August 2003.

Figure 1. Age distribution of monkeypox virus–infected case-patients (A) and controls (B) and smallpox vaccination status. No study participants reported having received a smallpox vaccination within 25 years of August 2003.

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