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Measles seroprevalence in adolescents and young adults living with HIV and response to MMR booster in seronegative ones.

AIDS 2024 January 2
OBJECTIVE: The study analyzed people with HIV (PWH) measles seroprevalence and response to MMR booster given to seronegative individuals.

DESIGN: A prospective cohort study with four groups: vertically (v-HIV), horizontally infected (h-HIV) individuals, and two control groups. An MMR booster was offered to seronegative individuals.

RESULTS: Measles seropositivity and IgG antibodies were significantly lower in v-HIV than in the other groups. All measles seronegative patients responded to booster.

CONCLUSION: An MMR booster must be sought during adolescence in vertically PWH.

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