What should I know about the haemophilus b conjugate vaccine?

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Haemophilus b conjugate vaccine are given as a series of shots, and they must be given according to a specific schedule. It is very important that your child does not miss any scheduled appointments for injections. You should also talk to your doctor about what type of haemophilus b conjugate vaccine your child should get. Depending on the specific vaccination used, your doctor will recommend the age at which your child should be vaccinated. In general, haemophilus b conjugate vaccines should not be given to children younger than two months or older than 5 years of age.

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