YOUNGER patients get Zostavax to prevent shingles

You'll see YOUNGER patients get Zostavax to prevent shingles.

Zostavax was initially approved for ages 60 and up...now the Public Health Agency of Canada recommends it for ages 50 and up.

Zostavax reduces the relative risk of shingles by about 70% for patients age 50 to 59...and by about 50% for patients 60 and up.

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