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Volume 27, Number 6—June 2021
Research

Twenty-Year Public Health Impact of 7- and 13-Valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccines in US Children

Matt WassermanComments to Author , Ruth Chapman, Rotem Lapidot, Kelly Sutton, Desmond Dillon-Murphy, Shreeya Patel, Erica Chilson, Vincenza Snow, Raymond Farkouh, and Stephen Pelton
Author affiliations: Pfizer Inc., New York, New York, USA (M. Wasserman, E. Chilson, V. Snow, R. Farkouh); Evidera Market Access Ltd, London, UK (R. Chapman, K. Sutton, D. Dillon-Murphy, S. Patel); Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts, USA (R. Lapidot, S. Pelton)

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Effects of PCVs on different syndromes of IPD in children <5 years of age, United States, 1997–2019. The United States approved 7-valent PCV in 2000 and 13-valent PCV in 2010. IPD, invasive pneumococcal disease; PCV, pneumococcal conjugate vaccine.

Figure 2. Effects of PCVs on different syndromes of IPD in children <5 years of age, United States, 1997–2019. The United States approved 7-valent PCV in 2000 and 13-valent PCV in 2010. IPD, invasive pneumococcal disease; PCV, pneumococcal conjugate vaccine.

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