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How long do the hepatitis A and B vaccines protect me?

Only 1 series of the hepatitis A vaccine (2 shots) and hepatitis B vaccine (3 shots) is needed during a person's lifetime. Currently, there are no recommendations to give booster doses of either hepatitis A or hepatitis B vaccine.
This answer is based on source information from National Women's Health Information Center.

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