Information

February 01, 2010
H1N1 flu vaccination for healthy adults starts on February, 1.
CDC recommends a 2009 H1N1 vaccine as the first and most important step in protecting against H1N1(swine) influenza. We can provide you with a 2009 H1N1 vaccine or information whether you should get a vaccine. In Japan, the nasal spray flu vaccine is not yet available and vaccination is given only with a needle. Please feel free to ask us in detail.


February 01, 2010
HPV vaccine (Cervarix) is now available in Japan.
Cervarix can protect females against the type of HPV that cause most cervical cancers. Vaccination is recommended for females ages 10 to 26 years. To get the best protection, three shots of this vaccine are required.


October 05, 2009
Seasonal flu vaccination starts on October, 1.
CDC recommends a seasonal flu vaccine as the first and most important step in protecting against seasonal influenza.
We can provide you with a seasonal flu vaccine or information whether you shuould get a vaccine.
Please feel free to ask us in detail.


August 20, 2009
When you suspect being infected with novel H1N1 flu
The guidelines for the management of novel H1N1 flu(swine flu) have recently been revised by Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.
The new guidelines request the person who has fever(over 38℃ or approximately 100°F) and acute respiratory symptoms like runny or stuffy nose, sore throat, and cough be examined and treated, if necessary, by local clinics.
It is also stated that the official "Hatsunetsu Gairai"(literally fever clinic) which had been designated as the primary clinic for suspicious cases of novel H1N1 flu, is closed.
If you wish to visit our clinic for the above-mentioned symptoms, please contact us over the phone first.
In order to prevent as much as possible from making others sick, the time of your visit will be arranged.


June 12, 2009
We've recently opened our website.
We have recently opened our website.
We will provide you with useful and updated information.