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This site contains useful information on vaccines that are routinely recommended for most children, adolescents, adults and pregnant women in the United States. This information
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Safety standards for vaccines are very high given they are used among healthy persons for prevention rather than treatment and it is often difficult to
Summaries of the Evidence This section addresses the numerous potential adverse events that have been studied in order to determine if an association exists with
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Smallpox and yellow fever vaccinations should not be given to women who are currently breastfeeding. Both vaccine viruses have been transmitted to infants from breastfeeding
Below is a table summarizing the recommended use of vaccines during pregnancy in the U.S. Included in this table is information most relevant to women
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