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By contactus@napeds.com
February 10, 2017
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We have more information to share with you about vaccines:

1. First, we continue to see outbreaks of preventable illness across the country, including a current mumps outbreak in Washington state. We continue to stand strongly behind the importance of vaccines to help protect your children. Read this article, from the father of a child with autism, about the importance of getting vaccinated --

2. The CDC recently released their updated 2017 vaccine recommendations. One major change: Teenagers who receive the HPV vaccine before they turn 15 years old will only need TWO vaccines to complete the series, not three. Teens who wait until after age 15 will still need three shots to be fully immunized. February is Cancer Prevention month, and this vaccine is one of the most effective ways to prevent cervical cancer.

3. We are in the middle of influenza season, and it is NOT too late to get your flu vaccine and get protected. Remember that the nasal vaccine is no longer recommended, but we still strongly recommend the injectable flu vaccine for all children to reduce their risk of influenza. Contact us at 413-584-8700 to schedule your flu vaccine.

 

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