Immunization is a process by which an individual becomes protected from diseases.

Vaccines are the material, or fluids, administered as part of this process. Vaccines have saved the lives of more babies and children than any other medical intervention in the past 50 years.

* Highest number of cases in a single year in the five years proceeding vaccine introduction.
** Data for measles and rubella from the Canadian Measles and Rubella Surveillance System (CMRSS). All other data are from the Canadian Notifiable Disease Surveillance System (CNDSS). Most recent report of cases in Canada in 2011. 2011 is the most recent validated data available for publication.

Through immunizations, you have the power to protect your child from dangerous illnesses like measles, tetanus and hepatitis. Being a parent is a big responsibility, and the best thing you can do for your child’s health is to learn the facts about vaccinations so that you can make the best choices.

BC Pediatric Society Immunization Schedule 2017 

BC Pediatric Society 2017
Immunization Schedule for Children with High Risk Conditions