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Information and picture  from the Alzheimer's Association

HPV vaccine is cancer prevention.  Call Wayne County Health Center at 573-224-3218 about vaccinating your 11-12 year old sons and daughters against HPV.

If there were a
vaccine against 
cancer, wouldn't 
you get it for
your kids?
ALWAYS KEEP A RECORD OF YOU AND YOUR CHILDS IMMUNIZAIOTIONS (SHOTS) FOR LIFE.
The immunization record plays a vital role in protecting the health of the individual throughout life, for health care providers, school, childcare and even employers later in life.
Measles: Make Sure Your Child is Fully Immunized
Measles is a highly contagious disease. It can be serious for young children. Protect your child by making sure he or she is up to date on measles vaccine, including before traveling abroad.
Children Need 2 Doses of Measles Vaccine

You can protect your child against measles with a combination vaccine that provides protection against three diseases: measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR). The MMR vaccine is proven to be very safe and effective. CDC recommends that children get one dose at each of the following ages:
•    12 through 15 months
•    4 through 6 years

Pictures and information from CDC, for more information go to
https://www.cdc.gov/features/measles/index.html