Children who live or travel in developing countries are at a small but definite risk of acquiring certain diseases that they would be unlikely to encounter had they remained in North America. Pediatricians who counsel such children and their famailies need to give competent and current advice about immunizations, chemoprophylaxis, and other maneuvers designed to maintain health. This review has outlined a general disease prevention program appropriate for children who travel to developing countires.

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