Harvard Men's Health Watch

Ask the doctor: Two pneumonia shots are better than one

The CDC recommends that men 65 and older have two different pneumonia vaccinations, Pneumovax and Prevnar. The protection provided by both vaccines appears to be better than either alone, and they should be given one year apart.
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