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Vaccination

No-prescription service

How we work

1

Make an appointment

One of our nurses will contact you within 8 working hours of booking your appointment, to clarify and confirm your request.

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Type of vaccine

Public health vaccines are free of charge. You will only be charged the injection or consultation fee.

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Consultation

We update vaccination records. Our nurses can answer your questions and provide you with information on the various vaccines.

Available vaccines

* Our clinic offers many other vaccines on request, depending on your needs.
Don’t hesitate to contact us to obtain the vaccine you need.

Benefits and risks of vaccination

Vaccination is one of the most controversial subjects of recent times. Opinions differ on the efficacy, safety and necessity of vaccination.

However, vaccination is one of the most effective ways of preventing disease and saving lives. Vaccines have successfully controlled or eradicated many diseases, including polio, smallpox and measles.

However, vaccines also carry potential risks and side effects, which are important to consider. In the next three sections, we’ll explore the benefits and risks of vaccinations, including potential side effects.

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Did you know that...

The first smallpox vaccine dates back to 1796, developed by Edward Jenner. Here’s a relevant article from Le soleil.

Vaccination works by stimulating the immune system to produce antibodies that protect against disease. Vaccines contain antigens that mimic the micro-organisms that cause disease. When the immune system encounters these antigens, it produces antibodies that protect against the actual micro-organisms.

There are different types of vaccines, including: