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Vaccinating children

The body of each child is protected by their immune system. It is in our power to strengthen this system even more, taking into account the characteristics of a child’s immune system.

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Vaccination of adults

An average adult is exposed to thousands of pathogens daily. The immune system, which works continuously and imperceptibly, protects the body from those pathogens.

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For healthcare workers

Healthcare workers professionals play a very important role in conducting vaccination. The information and explanations received from them affect people's decisions, and the feedback and statistics collected help direct vaccination policies.

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Travel vaccination

In order to avoid infectious diseases, travellers to risk areas should turn to their own family physician or travel medicine office at least 4 weeks before the trip, for a medical examination and, if necessary, to get vaccinated.

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Diseases 

According to the World Health Organization, 2–3 million lives are saved every year thanks to vaccines. With more effective immunization, another 1.5 million could be saved. 

 

Thanks to vaccination, most people in the developed world have not experienced the devastating effect of disease outbreaks. However, this does not mean that the viruses have become safer in any way.

Science and technology have granted, for our disposal, an effective tool for combatting infectious diseases. A tool that shall ensure health for today and for years to come. By vaccination, a person protects their health, that of their relatives and many others. The less there are people who might contract a disease, the more modest the spread of said disease.