What Is a Pneumonia Shot?

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Pneumonia shot is a pneumococcal vaccine that is safe, and it is intended to work against pneumococcal pneumonia bacteria, which causes pneumonia. The vaccine is administered only to persons over the age of 65.
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Pneumovax 23 (pneumococcal 23-valent Vaccine)
PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINE, POLYVALENT is a vaccine to prevent pneumococcus bacteria infection. These bacteria are a major cause of ear infections, Strep throat infections, and serious pneumonia, meningitis, or blood infections worldwide. These More »
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Hi Researchers, My name is Margaret Nickerson from Newtok, Alaska. I would love to what are ingredients in pneumo-13 has? I've tried to ask this cold hearted machine but got no where
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