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MenB is an uncommon but potentially deadly disease that progresses quickly and can lead to death within 24 hours.2,3
There are multiple strains of MenB. TRUMENBA has been shown to help protect teens from the most common strains of MenB.1,4
Teens and young adults between ages 16 and 23 may be at higher risk for MenB. You can help protect your teen by vaccinating with TRUMENBA.1,5 Talk to your health care provider or pharmacist today.
In adolescents and young adults, the incidence of MenB peaks at age 19, so if your child is between 16 and 23, they may be at higher risk.5
TRUMENBA is the only vaccine tested against diverse MenB strains, including those found in meningitis outbreaks.1,4*
Why risk it? MenB is rare but has devastating consequences.3,7 Prep for a doctor's appointment with a Doctor Discussion Guide found at the link below. Then, talk to your doctor about the importance of vaccinating your teen or young adult.
*TRUMENBA was tested against diverse MenB strains expressing factor H binding protein subfamilies A and B. Two-dose effectiveness against diverse strains has not been confirmed.1
There are 5 primary types of bacteria that cause meningitis (also known as meningococcal disease) and for which vaccines are available in the US: A, C, W, Y, and B.8
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends vaccination for types A, C, W, and Y at ages
You can help protect your teen by vaccinating with TRUMENBA, which is FDA approved for MenB.1
Routine visits with your child's doctor are a good opportunity to discuss the risks and potential serious side effects of MenB.7 Make sure you know whether your teen has received both types of meningitis vaccines, and whether they are protected against MenB.
Patients should always ask their doctors for medical advice about adverse events.
You are encouraged to report negative side effects of vaccines to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Visit www.vaers.hhs.gov or call
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