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Baby girl (3-5 months) having vaccine injected into arm from syringe : Stock Photo
Vaccination. 5-month-old baby girl having a vaccine injected into her arm from a syringe. Vaccination provides long-term protection against infectious diseases. The vaccine contains killed or weakened disease-causing micro-organisms that prepare the body's immune system against real infections by those micro-organisms. Vaccination schedules for young babies usually include booster vaccinations for MMR, hepatitis B, diphtheria, polio, whooping cough and tetanus.

Baby girl (3-5 months) having vaccine injected into arm from syringe

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Vaccination. 5-month-old baby girl having a vaccine injected into her arm from a syringe. Vaccination provides long-term protection against infectious diseases. The vaccine contains killed or weakened disease-causing micro-organisms that prepare the body's immune system against real infections by those micro-organisms. Vaccination schedules for young babies usually include booster vaccinations for MMR, hepatitis B, diphtheria, polio, whooping cough and tetanus.
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