triple vaccine

triple vaccine

A combined vaccine against DIPHTHERIA, WHOOPING COUGH (pertussis) and TETANUS.
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5 per cent of twoyear-olds have had the life-saving triple vaccine, but that is below the 95 per cent target set by the World Health Organisation.
2001: The government launches a campaign to assure parents the controversial MMR triple vaccine is safe.
Pupils at a South Wales school will be given the triple vaccine as concerned health chiefs act to avert a new outbreak of the potential killer illness.
Pupils at a South Wales school will be given the triple vaccine as health chiefs act to avert a new outbreak of the potentially fatal illness.
The British Medical Association strongly believes that MMR triple vaccine is the safest and most effective way to protect children from measles, mumps and rubella.
I STILL thank my lucky stars that I never joined the campaign against the MMR triple vaccine almost 20 years ago.
The triple vaccine can't overload your baby's immune system, which we know is capable of dealing with 10,000 jabs.
New figures show an average of 87% of five-year-olds have had two doses of the triple vaccine - the highest level since the MMR scandal.
His study, published by the Lancet in 1998, concluded that an autism-like disorder had a direct link to the triple vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella.
Furthermore, if parents are adamant they don't want their children to undergo the triple vaccine it is possible to have separate jabs.
Parents who fear the MMR triple vaccine can cause autism, say it is their right to decide what vaccinations their children are given and school should not be denied them.