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Volume 14, Number 3—March 2008

Letter

Control of Hepatitis A by Universal Vaccination of Adolescents, Puglia, Italy

Pietro Luigi Lopalco*Comments to Author , Rosa Prato†, Maria Chironna*, Cinzia Germinario*, and Michele Quarto*
Author affiliations: *University of Bari, Bari, Italy; †University of Foggia, Foggia, Italy;

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Incidence of hepatitis A in Puglia, Italy (gray line) compared with the rest of Italy (black line), 1998–2006, and hepatitis A vaccination coverage among adolescents in Puglia (dashed line), 1998–2005.

Figure. Incidence of hepatitis A in Puglia, Italy (gray line) compared with the rest of Italy (black line), 1998–2006, and hepatitis A vaccination coverage among adolescents in Puglia (dashed line), 1998–2005.

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