Your baby’s first vaccines : what you need to know
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Your baby’s first vaccines : what you need to know

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      The vaccines included on this statement are likely to be given at the same time during infancy and early childhood. There are separate Vaccine Information Statements for other vaccines that are also routinely recommended for young children (measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, rotavirus, influenza, and hepatitis A).

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      1. Why get vaccinated? -- 2. DTaP, Hib, hepatitis B, polio, and pneumococcal conjugate vaccines -- 3. Talk with your health care provider -- 4. Risks of a vaccine reaction -- 5. What if there is a serious problem? -- 6. How can I learn more?
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