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The Journey of Your Child's Vaccine [INFOGRAPHIC]
September 21, 2015

Glovax at Elizabeth Seton School Las Pinas, Imus
September 08, 2015

Glovax was at the Las Pinas and Imus campuses of Elizabeth Seton School recently! We vaccinated the students against Influenza, Pneumonia, MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella), and Cervical Cancer.

Boys and HPV Vaccination
August 11, 2015

We've all been told that HPV vaccination protects girls and young ladies against cancer of the cervix. But HPV vaccination protects boys from cancer as well. HPV means human papillomavirus. Every year, according to the CDC, over 9,000 males worldwide get cancers from HPV.HPV is highly recommended at 11 and 12 years of age because this is when the highest immunity response happens. If you haven't already gotten your sons and daughters HPV-vaccinated, feel free to use Glovax's online system. Here's what you should do:1) Go to the "Get Vaccinated" tab2) Click on "Adult Vaccinations"3) Choose your type of HPV Vaccination...

Lay Down Your Doubts: VACCINATIONS ARE SAFE [VIDEO]
August 08, 2015

SciShow shares their take on the recent emergence of anti-vaccination sentiments. You may browse Glovax's affordable vaccination packages HERE.SOURCE:Green, H. [SciShow]. (2015, Feb. 19). WThe Science of Anti-Vaccination [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rzxr9FeZf1g

2014 Childhood Immunization Schedule [INFOGRAPHIC]
July 24, 2015

You may download the full infographic HERE.You may browse Glovax's pedia vaccination packages HERE.SOURCES:Department of Health (DOH)Pediatric Infectious Disease Society of the PhilippinesPhilippine Pediatric SocietyPhilippine Foundation for Vaccination

INFLUENZA Facts [INFOGRAPHIC]
July 22, 2015

Released by the Department of Health as part of its #BeatDHeat campaign in 2014. Glovax offers pedia and adult Influenza vaccinations. You may browse them HERE.SOURCE:Department of Health. (2014). Influenza: #BeatDHeat. Retrieved from http://www.gov.ph/2014/05/28/doh-how-to-prevent-the-spread-of-influenza/

Why Vaccines Work [VIDEO]
July 21, 2015

You may browse Glovax's affordable vaccination packages HERE. SOURCE:Hanson, J. [It's Okay To Be Smart]. (2015, Feb. 16). Why Vaccines Work [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aNhzLUL2ys

Vaccines and when to give them to your children
July 16, 2015

We all want what's best for our children. What better way to keep them protected against diseases than to schedule them for vaccinations via www.glovaxbiotech.com.Vaccination is very safe. To help you on this move, Glovax Biotech Corp. has listed down some of the most important pedia vaccines and when they should be given to your childen.*Primary (P)*Booster (B) - Follow-up shotBCGHas a documented protective effect against meningitis and disseminated TB in children.P: Anytime at birthB: School entryDTPProtects children against diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis.Starting 6 weeks oldP: 3 doses(4 weeks interval)B1: 1 year after PB2: 4-6 y/oHepatitis B JR(Engrix-GlaxoSmithKline)Starting at birthP:...

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The Journey of Your Child's Vaccine [INFOGRAPHIC]
September 21, 2015

Glovax at Elizabeth Seton School Las Pinas, Imus
September 08, 2015

Glovax was at the Las Pinas and Imus campuses of Elizabeth Seton School recently! We vaccinated the students against Influenza, Pneumonia, MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella), and Cervical Cancer.

Boys and HPV Vaccination
August 11, 2015

We've all been told that HPV vaccination protects girls and young ladies against cancer of the cervix. But HPV vaccination protects boys from cancer as well.

HPV means human papillomavirus. Every year, according to the CDC, over 9,000 males worldwide get cancers from HPV.
HPV is highly recommended at 11 and 12 years of age because this is when the highest immunity response happens.

Lay Down Your Doubts: VACCINATIONS ARE SAFE [VIDEO]
August 08, 2015

SciShow shares their take on the recent emergence of anti-vaccination sentiments.

2014 Childhood Immunization Schedule [INFOGRAPHIC]
July 24, 2015

INFLUENZA Facts [INFOGRAPHIC]
July 22, 2015

Released by the Department of Health as part of its #BeatDHeat campaign in 2014.

SOURCE: Department of Health. (2014). Influenza: #BeatDHeat. Retrieved from http://www.gov.ph/2014/05/28/doh-how-to-prevent-the-spread-of-influenza/

Why Vaccines Work [VIDEO]
July 21, 2015

Vaccines and when to give them to your children
July 16, 2015

We all want what's best for our children.

Vaccination is very safe. To help you on this move, Glovax Biotech Corp. has listed down some of the most important pedia vaccines and when they should be given to your childen.

*Primary (P)
*Booster (B) - Follow-up shot

BCG
Has a documented protective effect against meningitis and disseminated TB in children.
P: Anytime at birth
B: School entry

DTP
Protects children against diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis.
Starting 6 weeks old

P: 3 doses
(4 weeks interval)
B1: 1 year after P
B2: 4-6 y/o

Hepatitis B JR
(Engrix-GlaxoSmithKline)
Starting at birth

P: 3 doses
(0,1,6 months)
B: : to maintain 10IU/L HBs antibody titer

Hepatitis A JR
(Havrix Jr.- GlaxoSmithKline)
Starting 2 y/o

P: 1 dose
B: 6-12 months after

Hepatitis A & B combined
(Twinrix Jr.-GlaxoSmithKline)
From 1-15 y/o

P: 3 doses
(0,1,6 months)

H. Influenza Type B
(Act-HIB –Sanofi)
Starting 2 months old

6months old:
P: 3 doses
(1-2 months interval)
B: 2 y/o

6-12 months old
P: 2 doses
(1-2 months interval)
B: 2 y/o

1-5 y/o:
P: 1 dose

(Hiberix-GlaxoSmithKline)
Starting 6weeks old

Starting 6weeks old
P: 3 doses
(1-2 months interval)
B: 2 y/o

6-12 months old:
P: 2 doses interval of 1 month
B: 2 y/o

1-5 y/o:
P: 1 dose

5 in 1
(Infanrix + IPV+Hib)

Protects children against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping couch, polio, and HiB.
Starting 2 months old

P: 3 doses
(1-2 months interval)
B1: 2 y/o

6 in 1
DTaP+Hep B+IPV+Hib

(Infanrix Hexa)
Protects children against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, polio, HiB, and Hepatitis B.

Starting 2 months old

P: 3 doses
(2,3,4 months)
(3,4,5 months)
B: 11-13months

Rotavirus (Rotarix-GlaxoSmithKline)
Protects against, rotavirus, the leading cause of sever diarrhea in babies and young children.
Starting 6 weeks old

P: 2doses
(4 weeks interval)

(Rotateq-MSD)
Starting 6 weeks old

P: 3 doses
(1-2 months interval)

IPD13/PCV13 (Prevenar-Wyeth)

Starting 6 weeks old

7 mos
P: 4 doses
(2 months interval then 4th dose at 12-15 months old)

7-11 mos old
P: 3 doses
(4 weeks interval, 3rd dose at 1y/o)

12-23 mos old:
P: 2 doses
( 2 months interval)

> 24mos old:
P: 1 dose

IPD 10 (Synflorix-GlaxoSmithKline)

Starting 6 weeks old

7 months old:
P: 3 doses
(1 month interval)
B: 6months from last dose

7-11 mos old
P: 2 doses
(1 month interval)
B: 2 y/o

12-23 mos old:
P: 2 doses
( 2 months interval)

Pneumococcal (Pneumovax-MSD)

Starting 2 years old

P: 1 dose
B: every 5 years

(Pneumo 23-Sanofi)

Starting 2 years old

P: 1 dose

B: every 5 years
(highest risk of pneumococcal infection)

INFLUENZA (Influvac/Vaxigrip)

Starting 6 months old

P: 1 dose
(every year)

Typhoid (Typhoid-GlaxoSmithKline)

Starting 2 years old

P: 1 dose
(at least 2 weeks prior to travel)
B: every 3 years
(for persistence of risk)

Varicella / Chicken Pox (Varilrix-GlaxoSmithKline)

Starting 12 months old

Less than or 12 years old
P: 1 dose
Greater than or 13 years old
P: 2 doses
(6-8 weeks interval)

MMR (Priorix-GlaxoSmithKline, Trimovax-Sanofi)

Starting 12months old

P: 1 dose
B: 5-12 y/o