when it's okay to give vaccines to immunocompromised patients and their household contacts

New guidelines will help clarify when it's okay to give vaccines to immunocompromised patients and their household contacts.

Vaccination is important for these patients because they're more vulnerable to infections. But they may have a weaker immune response...and possibly a greater risk of infection from live vaccines.

Use these rules of thumb for ADULTS who are immunocompromised.

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