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NMDP/Be The Match Advocacy Aug 11
Vaccinations can help you protect your immunocompromised loved ones.
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Home & Community Safety Aug 1
Vaccines play a role in preventing serious, sometimes deadly, diseases across the lifespan.
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Kim Nelson For Congress Aug 2
Replying to @KimforSC
Access to a life saving makes a huge impact on the health and well being of across the globe. Together, let’s make sure our young ones are safe, healthy, and to live long & prosperous lives.
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Ty Stump Aug 7
This , I'd like to celebrate the dramatic decline in mortality in Pennsylvania thanks in part to vaccination campaigns. You can really see the results in this 1929 report we have at the state archives!
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Michelle Gyenes Aug 2
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Michelle Gyenes Aug 2
My sister is my Vaccine Advocate Hero Last August she contributed an article about to
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CareSmartz360 22 Aug 18
August is celebrated as a National Awareness Month to spread the goodness of & in keeping one immune to certain diseases.
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Chris Hyman #DownBallot 🗳 Aug 20
Vaccines aren’t just for kids. Adults need vaccines too. Take CDC’s vaccine assessment tool to find which vaccines may be recommended for you:
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Deanna Behrens, MD 17 Jul 18
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NMDP/Be The Match Advocacy Aug 8
Vaccinations help protect patients and others who are immunocompromised.
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Pelican Pediatrics Aug 9
✏️Is your teen ready for school 🏫? At the age of 11 your child needs to get the 💉Tdap,💉 Meningitis, & 💉HPV (vaccine against cancer)📝Put getting your child's physical & updated 💉 on your "Back to School" to do list. 📝
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CARES Aug 13
By vaccinating your pet, you can ensure they are protected against preventable diseases and you can avoid costly treatments down the line. Call your primary care vet to discuss your pet’s health plan!
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IamCervivor Aug 5
August is ! The is recommended to children between the ages of 11-12 and adults up to age 45. HPV can cause as well as cancers of the mouth/throat, anus/rectum, penis, vagina, or vulva. Protect yourself and your kids.
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Dr. Jen Trachtenberg 8 Aug 18
- save lives make sure your child stays up to date for best protection over 1.5 million kids under 5 still die of vaccine preventable illnesses globally
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A. Campbell-Williams, MPH Aug 1
August is National Vaccine Awareness Month. We all need vaccines to help protect us from serious, preventable diseases and to keep our communities safer
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Roseman Medicine Aug 1
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Prof Peter Hotez MD PhD Aug 3
. announced it will eliminate by 2028, through expanded HPV vaccinations. could do the same if our state/federal leaders made this commitment + stood up to the phony lobby now targeting HPV Vaccine
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Bobby Shahideh, MD Aug 7
August is . Let's act responsibly and immunize children. Don't forget the , it can save their life! 👍🏻
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NCI Cancer Stats Aug 24
Overall 5-year relative survival for liver cancer is only 18.4%. One of the main risk factors for liver cancer is infection with Hepatitis B, which vaccination can prevent. Learn more about liver cancer here:
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Mr. Thomas McCaffery, ASD(HA) Aug 2
Vaccines are one of the most important medical accomplishments that save more lives than any other medical intervention. Our goal is to protect the Warfighter & their families with a comprehensive immunization program:
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