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Doses anyone know what manufacturer makes tetanus vax only? No DT or DTP....<br><br>
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Aventis:<br><a href="http://www.vaccineshoppe.com/US_PDF/Tetanus-Toxoid-Adsorbed-4258-1-01.pdf" target="_blank">http://www.vaccineshoppe.com/US_PDF/...-4258-1-01.pdf</a>
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">Doses anyone know what manufacturer makes tetanus vax only? No DT or DTP....<br><br>
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Since you already got the answer to that question, I would like to ask you, do you think your child is in danger of getting tetanus?<br><br>
Because the people who get tetanus usually have poor blood circulation, either because they are old or have diabetis.<br><br>
Kids are not in danger of getting tetanus. Their blood circulation is much too good. You can see by the way they bleed for a little scratch. And any wound that bleeds can not get tetanus.<br><br>
We actually have no danger of getting tetanus since doctors learned through better wound care it can be prevented even in an older person.<br><br>
Besides, to be truthful, I have learned that your body can not build natural immunity to tetanus. In other words, you can get it over and over. So, if the body can not build natural immunity, we can't expect that from a vaccine.<br><br><a href="http:/v/mend.html" target="_blank"><b>Dr. Mendelsohn on Tetanus</b> Vaccine</a><br><br>
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