In lecture you told measles vaccine is given to HIV patients but in park textbook it’s contraindicated ?
Measles vaccine can be given to hiv patients unless they are severely immunosuppresed
The measles vaccine, despite being a live attenuated vaccine, is among the most safe and effective vaccines. They should be given routinely to potentially susceptible, asymptomatic, HIV-infected children, adolescents and young adults. Only those with severe clinical symptoms of HIV infection are contraindicated for vaccination. These people often do not develop a protective immune response and are at increased risk of severe complications.