July 2020

Abstract 9: Incidence of Tetanus and Diphtheria Compared to Vaccine Schedule


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John R., M.D. -

a fully vacccinated child may have tetanus immunity for a long time or for life, but diphtheria definitely needs an update every 10 years and to prevent epidemics 60% of the population needs to be immunized.

Ken M. -

Agree that the evidence for the Td booster is more about on the "d" than the "T".
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