Anthrax immunization

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Medical Definition of Anthrax immunization

Anthrax immunization: A series of six injections over a 6-month period, followed by annual booster shots, given to military personnel and others (including veterinarians who work with large animals) who are at high risk of anthrax exposure.


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Reviewed on 6/9/2016

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