What is the protocol for anthrax vaccination?
The immunization consists of three subcutaneous injections given two weeks apart followed by three additional subcutaneous injections given at 6, 12, and 18 months later. Annual booster injections of the vaccine are recommended thereafter.

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1. What is anthrax?
2. Why has anthrax become a current issue?
3. How common is anthrax, and who can get it?
4. How is anthrax transmitted?
5. What are the symptoms of anthrax?
6. Where is anthrax usually found?
7. Can anthrax be spread from person-to-person?
8. Is there an incubation period for the infection?
9. Is there a way to prevent infection?
10. What is the anthrax vaccine?
11. Who should get vaccinated against anthrax?
12. What is the protocol for anthrax vaccination?
13. Are there adverse reactions to the anthrax vaccine?
14. Should I ask my physician for prophylactic treatment?
15. How is anthrax diagnosed?
16. Is there a treatment for anthrax?
17. If I believe I have been exposed, who should I contact?
18. Where can I get more information about the recent Department of Defense decision to require men and women in the Armed Services to be vaccinated against anthrax?
19. Where can I obtain more information about anthrax?