Don't Recommend Dukoral (oral cholera vaccine) for Traveller's Diarrhea

Dukoral (oral travellers' diarrhea and cholera vaccine) will continue to fall out of favour for preventing travellers' diarrhea.

New Canadian guidelines continue to recommend avoiding it for routine vaccination to prevent travellers' diarrhea.

Explain Dukoral is only approved to protect against enterotoxigenic E. coli. But there's not good evidence it's effective.

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