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Immunology: Zoster vaccine and biologic agents: time to question a paradigm?

Nature Reviews. Rheumatology

Oct 3, 2012

Tim Bongartz, Robert Orenstein

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Antirheumatic Drugs, Disease-Modifying
Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha
Therapeutic Immunosuppression
Enthesopathy
Zostavax
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Immunology: Zoster vaccine and biologic agents: time to question a paradigm?

Nature Reviews. Rheumatology

Oct 3, 2012

Tim Bongartz, Robert Orenstein

PMID: 23027029

DOI: 10.1038/nrrheum.2012.168

Abstract

No abstract listed.

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Antirheumatic Drugs, Disease-Modifying
Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha
Therapeutic Immunosuppression
Enthesopathy
Zostavax
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12

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