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Archive: March 2016

A new study published in Clinical Infectious Diseases argues that it “may no longer be necessary to administer booster vaccinations every 10 years and that the current adult vaccination schedule for tetanus and diphtheria should be revisited”. Researchers found that adults remain protected against tetanus and diphtheria for at least 30 years.

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The Daily Mail has published a guide to which vaccines it believes adults should pay for privately

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Public Health England’s February vaccine update warns that the recent arrival of cold weather could prompt a late surge in demand for the flu vaccine among adults

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