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Do haemophilus b conjugate vaccines interact with medications?

Haemophilus b conjugate vaccines may interact with other medications, so tell your doctor about any medications your child is taking before getting a haemophilus b conjugate vaccine. This is especially important if your child is taking corticosteroids, cancer treatments (such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy), other immunosuppressant medications or anticoagulants.

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