Optimizing Vaccines to Prevent Infections in Adults

5/4/2015; 88 minutes

Dr. Katherine Julian, UCSF Professor of Clinical Medicine, looks at vaccines for adults. She looks at who should get vaccinated for measles, flu, whooping cough, pneumococcus, and shingles. She also discusses vaccines for young adults and teens: human papillomavirus and meningococcus. Recorded on 02/11/2015. (#29279)

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