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Abstract

Vaccination is rarely effective in the young infant since the immature host doesn't respond. An area of research that may need more emphasis is the exploration of the mechanism of action of adjuvants and other methods to make vaccines more effective in the young infant. Also, there are certain conditions—and streptococcal B infection of the neonate is a good example—where immunization of the pregnant mother may be a much better answer than trying to immunize the child.

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