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Adoption - International 2010-2006
An Outbreak of Hepatitis A among Primary and Secondary Contacts of an International Adoptee
Authors: Pelletier AR, Mehta PJ, Burgess DR, et al
Source: Public Health Rep, September-October 2010, Vol. 125(5):642-6
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Hepatitis B Virus Screening for Internationally Adopted Children
Authors: Stadler LP, Mezoff AG, Staat MA
Source: Pediatrics, December 2008, Vol. 122(6):1223-8
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Internationally Adopted Children: What Vaccines Should They Receive?
Authors: Cilleruelo MJ, de Ory F, Ruiz-Contreras J, et al.
Source: Vaccine, October 29, 2008, Vol. 26(46):5784-90
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Vaccines for Travel and International Adoption
Authors: Lee PJ
Source: Pediatr Infect Dis J, April 2008, Vol. 27(4):351-4
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Predictors of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection in International Adoptees
Authors: Mandalakas AM, Kirchner HL, Iverson S, et al
Source: Pediatrics, September 2007; 120(3):e610-6
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Health of Children Adopted from Ethiopia
Authors: Miller LC, Tseng B, Tirella LG, Chan W, Feig E
Source: Matern Child Health J, August 22, 2007; [Epub ahead of print]
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Persons Vaccinated Outside the United States, Including Internationally Adopted Children
Source: See pp. 33-34, Table 12, General Recommendations on Immunization
MMWR, December 1, 2006; 51(RR-2):1-48
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International Adoption: Issues in Infectious Diseases
Source: Pharmacotherapy, September 2006; 26(9):1207-1220
Authors: Staat DD, Klepser ME
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A Comprehensive Immunization Strategy to Eliminate Transmission of Hepatitis B Virus Infection in the United States. Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). Part 1: Immunization of Infants, Children and Adolescents
Source: MMWR, December 23, 2005, Vol. 54(RR-16):1-39
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Measles among Adults associated with Adoption of Children in China -- California, Missouri, and Washington, July-August 2006
Source: MMWR, February 23, 2007, Vol 56(7):144-146
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Immunization Status of Internationally Adopted Children in Italy
Authors: Vivano E, Catalso F, Accomando S, Firenze A, Valenti RM, Romano N
Source: Vaccine, May 8, 2006, Vol. 24(19):4138-4143
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Adoption - International 2005-2004
Immunization and Infectious Disease Screening for Internationally Adopted Children
Author: Barnett ED
Source: Pediatr Clin N Am, October 2005, Vol. 52(5):1287-1309
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Acute Hepatitis B Among Children and Adolescents--United States, 1990-2002
Source: MMWR, November 5, 2004, Vol. 53(43):1015-18
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Adoption - International 2003-2002
Preventing Infectious Diseases During and After International Adoption
Authors: Chen LH, Barnett ED, Wilson ME
Source: Annals of Internal Medicine, September 2, 2003, Vol. 139( 5 Pt 1):371-8
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Measles Outbreak Among Internationally Adopted Children Arriving in the United States, February--March 2001
Source: MMWR, December 13, 2002, Vol. 51(49):1115-1116
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Screening of International Immigrants, Refugees, and Adoptees
Authors: Stauffer WM, Kamat D, Walker PF
Source: Primary Care, December 2002, Vol. 29(4):879-905
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Seroprevalence of Measles, Rubella, and Varicella in Refugees
Authors: Barnett ED, Christiansen D, Figueira M
Source: Clinical Infectious Diseases, August 15, 2002, Vol. 35:403-408
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Vaccination Coverage of Foreign-Born Children 19 to 35 Months of Age: Findings from the National Immunization Survey, 1999-2000
Authors: Strine TW, Barker LE, Mokdad AH, Luman ET, Sutter RW, Chu SY
Source: Pediatrics, August 2002, Vol. 110(2 Pt 1):e15
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Infectious Disease Issues in Internationally Adopted Children
Author: Staat MA
Source: Pediatr Infect Dis J, March 2002, Vol. 21(3):257-258
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Evaluating Acceptability and Completeness of Overseas Immunization Records of Internationally Adopted Children
Authors: Schulte JM, Maloney S, Aronson J, San Gabriel P, Zhou J, Saiman L
Source: Pediatrics, February 2002, Vol. 109(2):e22
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First Year in U.S. Critical to International Adoptees
Source: Infectious Diseases in Children, January 2002
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Adopted children journal articles 2001-1992
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