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Is there a vaccine for flesh-eating bacteria?

Unfortunately, there is no vaccination against flesh-eating bacteria. However, a 2013 study suggests that people get the chickenpox vaccine to protect themselves from possibly  becoming infected with flesh-eating bacteria infection through chickenpox sores. Talk to your doctor about preventative measures such as the chickenpox vaccine.

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