Journal of Infectious Diseases Volume 215, Issue 11  1 June 2017

Journal of Infectious Diseases
Volume 215, Issue 11  1 June 2017

Editor’s Choice
Vaccine Impact Data Should Support Country Decision Making
Anthony S. Nelson, A. Duncan Steele
J Infect Dis (2017) 215 (11): 1634-1636.

Editor’s Choice
Global Impact of Rotavirus Vaccination on Childhood Hospitalizations and Mortality From Diarrhea
Eleanor Burnett; Christine L. Jonesteller; Jacqueline E. Tate; Catherine Yen; Umesh D. Parashar
Data from 57 studies in 27 countries showed median reductions of 80% in rotavirus hospitalizations, 38% in all-cause gastroenteritis hospitalizations, and 42% reduction in diarrhea mortality among children <5 years of age since licensure of rotavirus vaccines a decade ago

Sustained Immunogenicity of 2-dose Human Papillomavirus 16/18 AS04-adjuvanted Vaccine Schedules in Girls Aged 9–14 Years: A Randomized Trial
Li-Min Huang; Thanyawee Puthanakit; Chiu Cheng-Hsun; Tang Ren-Bin; Tino Schwarz
Human papillomavirus vaccination began using a 3-dose schedule. Compared with the 3-dose schedule in women, the 2-dose schedules are effective options in young girls as of 36 months after first dose. Two-dose schedules could improve compliance and vaccination coverage.