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Preteens Need Vaccines Too!
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Do you have a preteen or teen? Protect them from serious diseases by making sure they have received the vaccines recommended for preteens and teens.

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Meningococcal Disease: Help Prevent It
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Meningitis and meningococcal disease are serious, vaccine-preventable infections. The meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4) is recommended for all 11-18 year olds. Kids should get this vaccine at their 11-12 years of age and a booster dose at age 16.

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Tetanus: Make Sure You and Your Child Are Fully Immunized
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Playing outdoors can mean getting cuts that may become infected with bacteria commonly found in soil, including the ones that cause tetanus. Tetanus vaccine can help prevent tetanus disease, commonly known as "lockjaw."

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Pertussis (Whooping Cough) – What You Need To Know
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Pertussis (whooping cough) is very contagious and can cause serious illness―especially in infants too young to be fully vaccinated. Pertussis vaccines are recommended for children, teens, and adults, including pregnant women.


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HPV-related Cancers: Are Your Kids Protected?
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Protect your sons and daughters from cancer and other diseases caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) by getting them HPV vaccine. It takes 3 shots over 6 months to complete the series, so make sure your child gets all 3 doses.


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Send an e-card about the vaccines that help keep preteens and teens healthy.

For Healthcare Professionals to Send to Patients and/or Patients' Parents

Reminder - Vaccinations & Immunizations

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Preteen and teen vaccines are on our radar. Are they on yours?

Having a day - Vaccinations & Immunizations

You knew there would be days like this...
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Vaccines for preteens and teens.

Vaccines on your radar? - Vaccinations & Immunizations

Vaccines on your radar.
Are preteen and teen vaccines on your radar?

For Healthcare Professionals to Send to Colleagues

Check Engine - Vaccinations & Immunizations

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Parents know that they can prevent... But did they know...?


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