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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 8
Vaccine-preventable diseases include: Cervical cancer Cholera Diphtheria Hep B Influenza Japanese encephalitis Measles Mumps Pertussis Pneumonia Polio Rabies Rotavirus Rubella Tetanus Typhoid Varicella Yellow Fever Protected together, !
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Chelsea Clinton Aug 15
Please vaccinate your children. to protect lives. More than 90,000 people, largely children, died of measles in 2016.
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Scott Gottlieb, M.D. 19h
This is an avoidable tragedy.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 8
Replying to @WHO
Immunization is our shield against serious diseases🛡 to protect individuals and communities!
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WHO/Europe 10h
The summer holidays are coming to a close and kids are heading back to the classroom. 📚📝📏 Make sure your children won’t catch or pass on when they join their friends back at school. Remember to check your family’s vaccination status! 💉
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Michael Diamond Aug 12
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Aug 14
by preventing 2.5 million deaths a year globally. Vaccines continue to be one of the most successful and cost-effective lifesaving public health interventions of the past century.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 9
Replying to @WHO
Vaccines have been one of the biggest success stories of modern medicine. Vaccines protect people, !
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 10
Replying to @WHO
to save lives. Vaccines prevent more than 2 million deaths every year.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 9
Replying to @WHO
Yes, ! Today, more children than ever before are being immunized. As a result, child mortality, birth defects and lifelong disabilities are declining📉
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Aug 10
Diseases like measles and whooping cough are much less common than they used to be, thanks to vaccines. When fewer children get vaccinated, more children get sick. Learn about the 2018 recommended vaccine schedules today.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 11
Replying to @WHO
Vaccines are safe and effective. !
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SweetnSaltyRN 16h
Get your effing kids vaccinated. Why are we having this discussion in 2018 ffs?????
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United Nations Aug 15
Immunization prevents 2-3 million deaths every year. Find out more from :
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 9
Replying to @WHO
Diseases know no borders. Despite millions of lives being saved through immunization each year, outbreaks are still occurring, due to low immunization coverage in many parts of the world. to ensure we are protected together!
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 11
Replying to @WHO
Vaccines provide better immunity than natural infections, !
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Charisse Burchett Aug 15
Rip young man Christopher Bunch to kill. The vaccine ended his life.
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Microbes&Infection Aug 15
outbreak spreads to 21 states in the US, infecting > 100 people. The majority of people who got measles were unvaccinated.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Aug 12
Replying to @WHO
Giving several vaccines at the same time reduces discomfort for the child and has no negative effect on a child’s immune system. !
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AAP News Aug 10
Cervical cancer declines follow HPV vaccine introduction, new study shows.
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