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This Week in PLoS Medicine: H1N1 vaccine effectiveness; Reducing deaths from birth asphyxia

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Two new articles were published this week in PLoS Medicine:

Results from a European multicentre case-control study by Marta Valenciano and colleagues suggest good protection by the pandemic monovalent H1N1 vaccine against pH1N1 and no effect of the 2009-2010 seasonal influenza vaccine on H1N1.

Joy Lawn and colleagues used a systematic process developed by the Child Health Nutrition Research Initiative (CHNRI) to define and rank research options to reduce mortality from intrapartum-related neonatal deaths (birth asphyxia) by the year 2015.

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