The smallpox vaccination was a routine vaccination in the US until 1972. A primary vaccination was typically given when a child was one year old or at least by school entry. Boosters were recommended. After a successful world wide vaccination program, smallpox was declared eradicated in 1980. The last case in the US was in 1949. The last naturally occurring case in the world was in Somalia in 1977. Samples of the virus still exist in labs at the CDC in the US and in the Russian Federation.
Smallpox Vaccination - A child receives a smallpox vaccination in a Bradford clinic. 1962
#HPV does not discriminate, whether a slut or saint #vaccinate! We can virtually eradicate a form of #cancer -cervical- and many other types of cancer just now being understood (head, mouth, vaginal, penile, and more) by a few simple injections that have risks being greatly overblown, especially and specifically compared to being diagnosed and fighting cancer when many people lose their lives. Do you want to lose your child to virus?
Debunking the MYTH that HPV vaccine causes primary ovarian insufficiency. Get the shots. My kids have!
Vaccinate your pre-teen against HPV! The recommended age is 11 - 12. Girls can receive the vaccine up until age 26. Boys can receive the vaccine up until age 21. Pre-teens should start the HPV vaccine series at the same time they receive their Tdap and first Meningitis vaccination.