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What You Need to Know About RA and Vaccinations

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Doctor giving a rheumatoid arthritis patient a vaccine.
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Doctor preparing a vaccine.
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An important trio of vaccines


Rheumatoid arthritis patients should get a flu vaccine by the end of October.
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The flu shot


Research on vaccines.
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Effectiveness of the flu vaccine


Vaccines need to be timed when administered with certain rheumatoid arthritis medications.
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Immunosuppressant medication and the flu vaccine


Doctor giving a rheumatoid arthritis patient the pneumonia vaccine.
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The pneumonia shot


Rheumatoid arthritis patients should get the pneumonia vaccine every 5 years.
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When to get the pneumonia shot


Rheumatoid arthritis patient receiving a tetanus vaccine.
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Tetanus vaccine


Doctor holding nasal flu spray.
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Live vaccines and immunosuppressants


Shingles vaccine to protect rheumatoid arthritis patients.
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RA and the shingles vaccine


Doctor putting a bandage on a patient who just received a vaccine.
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Suppressed immune systems and vaccination


Eggs.
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Egg allergy and flu vaccine


Airplane taking off.
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Travel vaccines and RA