Mary Ann D. Lansang, Ernesto O. Domingo, Noel Juban, Daissan Alagon, Jocelyn Lusanea-Tababa, Lilibeth Macachor, Maria Lourdes Amarillo, Lyndon Lacaya , Porfiria Yasay, Cynthia Indencia, Gerle del Socorro, Carmelita Consolacion, Carmencita Urrete
Reducing the number of doses of a vaccine can enhance its delivery to children in the developing world. Although vaccines against the hepatitis B virus (HBV) are highly efficacious in 3 doses, effective coverage in disease-endemic countries is hampered by high vaccine . . .