New paper: might the consecutive infections be the reason for the failure of BCG?

Based on simple calculations done with an Excel file, we hypothesize that the consecutive infections people receive when being in contact with someone ill of tuberculosis might be the reason for the failure of BCG. A good vaccine able to protect a naïf individual from the first infection, the BCG might not be able to protect that better from a consecutive inocula, a common situation when living with a TB patient.

You can access the article here.

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