What is the incidence and timing of recurrent herpes zoster in older adults?
The incidence of recurrent herpes zoster is comparable with the incidence of a first episode zoster infection, supporting the benefit of vaccination for individuals with a history of previous herpes zoster. See the synopsis for specific recurrent incidence risks based on age, sex, and time following initial infection.
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