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“If you are not vaccinated, still wear a mask and avoid groups of large gatherings like the All-Star Game, because you would be at risk. There is going to be an unknown number of unvaccinated people that may or may not be infected with the virus,” said Dr. David Beckham, Neuro-Infectious Disease expert. -Channel 7, June 30, 2021
For such youth, the strategy is to extend the interval between vaccination and infusion, said Dr. Teri Schreiner, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology. “For kids who are getting infusions of anti-B cell therapies, we recommend getting their second vaccination at least four weeks before infusion, or 12 weeks after the infusion,” Schreiner said. -Neurology Today, June 17, 2021
CU Anschutz experts weigh in on first-of-its-kind therapy, and gear up to take part in further clinical studies. -CU Anschutz Today, June 15, 2021
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