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Is it dangerous for kids to be getting so many vaccines at once?

Related Topics: Vaccines

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Director, Immunization Safety Office, CDC
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The available scientific data show that simultaneous vaccination with multiple vaccines has no adverse effects on the normal childhood immune system and is safe. A number of studies have been conducted and these studies have shown that recommended vaccines are as effective in combination as they are individually. In 2013, the IOM issued a report reaffirming the safety of the current schedule.

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