March IPAK-EDU Information Sheet is Ready! "How Many Shots Are on The Schedule?"
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This month’s IPAK-EDU Information Sheet provides full details and facts about the CDC’s Pediatric Childhood Vaccine Schedule. Like all of our sheets, it’s printer-ready and can be sent to a local printshop, hundreds of copies can be made, and they can be handed out at school board meetings, health board meetings, to legislators. You know it’s solid information.
Remember, there has never been any long-term randomized controlled trial of all of the vaccines vs. none, or studies of the safety of co-administration. Adding one vaccine at a time means the next vaccine study will be what, a comparison of 65 shots vs. 66 or 67?
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How many shots does the CDC call for children under 18?
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This Information Sheet illustrates graphically just HOW MANY SHOTS are recommended by the CDC, based on the latest update to the 2023 Schedule for Children and Adolescents. The recent addition of the COVID injections is included in this analysis. As a bonus, you’ll also learn about which vaccines were tested against placebo controls, and which were not.
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NB: There are 65 injections (shots) but the number of antigen type exposures may be higher (as high as 72, or higher, depending on the frequency of tetanus and influenza vaccine injections).
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