Mar 23, 2021 | Vaccination

HEPATITIS B

AgeNew Born +

OralNo

BoostersAvailable

Doses

  • Rapid regime: Day 0, day 7, day 21 or 28
  • Slow regime: Day 0, one month and six months

About

This is a common childhood vaccineHepatitis B is a part of a group of hepatitis viruses that attack the liver complicated with liver failure and long term by liver cancer.

Boosters every ten years for those at risk

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