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The Center for Disease Control recommends a peer reviewed immunization schedule. This schedule should be discussed with your healthcare provider, and its advice taken, at the discretion of your healthcare provider. The CDC schedule is available here. This website provides information only and should not be interpreted as legal or medical advice. Viewing this website does not constitute an attorney-client relationship, nor any of the associated privileges or benefits. Every case is different, past performance does not imply future results.  Website design © Damen Tomassi, 2018 All rights reserved. The views and opinions represented on this website may not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the website designer, author, or copyright holder.

More Vaccine Information

Do you have more questions? We have more answers.

Should I get a vaccination?

The scientific community agrees that vaccination saves lives in individuals as well as the community at large, through a process known as herd immunity. This law firm has a policy to not tell an individual whether or not they should vaccinate, however scientific evidence strongly suggests all medically fit individuals should receive vaccinations as per the Center for Disease Control Schedule. Consult your healthcare provider for additional information regarding vaccination administration.

You may be exempt from receiving mandatory vaccines. 

While there is ongoing proposed legislation to eliminate many vaccination exemptions, exemptions still exist for many reasons in all states. Carol L. Gallagher can assist New Jersey residents with seeking an exemption for religious reasons. Contact Carol L. Gallagher now to get started!

Is there still Mercury in Vaccines?

Thimerosal is a mercury containing organic compound used as a preservative in some vaccines. In 2000, manufacturers began removing thimerosal from childhood vaccines; however, some pediatric vaccines containing thimerosal remained in use until 2003 or later. With the 2017 vaccine schedule, children/adolescents from birth to 18 years are administered 19 influenza vaccines. Infants receiving a thimerosal-containing influenza vaccine receive 12.5 mcg of ethyl mercury at 6 months, and an additional 12.5 mcg at 7 months.  Adults' thimerosal containing influenza vaccine contains approximately 25 mcg. 

Are Vaccinations Safe?

The scientific community agrees that vaccinations are a safe and effective way to prevent disease. That being said, vaccination is not the right course of action for everyone, only you and your healthcare provider can make the decision whether a vaccination is right for you.

What is the most recent vaccination schedule?

The most recent vaccination schedule is maintained by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. It is available at this linkrather than reproduced to ensure the most up to date information is available to you.

The most recent vaccination schedule is maintained by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. It is available at this linkrather than reproduced to ensure the most up to date information is available to you.

The most recent vaccination schedule is maintained by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. It is available at this linkrather than reproduced to ensure the most up to date information is available to you.

What ingredients are contained in vaccines?

A listing of the ingredients in most vaccines is available by clicking here.