Hepatitis A Vacination

Were you looking for information about Hepatitis A Vaccine? Hepatitis A vacination is a common misspelling and variation of hepatitis A vaccine.
A hepatitis A vaccination offers protection against the virus for at least 20 years. It consists of two injections, given several months apart. Children who are older than 1 year can get the vaccine (it is recommended between 12 and 23 months of age). Among the people who should get the hepatitis A vaccine are travelers to developing countries with high incidence rates; people who have potentially life-threatening allergies to components of the vaccination should not get it.
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