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  • Equivalent of 1 case of chickenpox every minute in England and Wales.[1]
  • Chickenpox is most often a mild disease but it can lead to serious complications, hospitalisations and even death.[2]
  • 20% of parents want to privately vaccinate their children against chickenpox.[3]
  • Varilrix now protects your patients from 9 months of age against chickenpox.[4]

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  1. Brisson M, Edmunds WJ. Epidemiology of varicella-zoster virus in England and Wales. J Med Virol. 2003;70 (Suppl 1):S9-14.
  2. Bonanni P et al. Varicella vaccination in Europe–taking the practical approach. BMC Med 2009; 7(26):1–12.
  3. Market research conducted by Healthcare Research Worldwide. Understanding parents’ perspectives on chickenpox in the UK. July 2016. Funded by GSK
  4. Varilrix SmPC, available at, Last accessed October 2017.

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