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Vaccine Schedules

At Vax Maine Kids, we trust the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommended vaccination schedule.

Protecting children for over 50 years, the CDC’s vaccine schedule is reviewed and updated every single year based on the most current scientific research by the nation’s very best doctors, disease experts and data analysts.

Because of how carefully it has been tested and how safe and effective it is proven to be, the CDC-recommended vaccine schedule is also approved by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Family Physicians.

If you vaccinate your child by the CDC’s vaccine schedule, you will have protected them from over 14 terrible diseases by their second birthday. That’s a lot!

You may have heard about alternate or delayed schedules, like the one created by Dr. Bob Sears. All Maine parents should know that studies have shown there is no medical benefit to spreading out your child’s vaccinations and no reduction in side effects.

In fact, delayed schedules mean twice as many doctor visits, many more shots and many more months when your child is unprotected from dangerous diseases.

The CDC’s schedule is the safest and quickest way to protect your child, get out of the waiting room and get on with your life.

Is your child on schedule? Use this calculator to find out: CDC’s Instant Immunization Calculator

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommended vaccination schedule (use scroll bar to see all):