Vaccine-preventable diseases

Today, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), vaccines are available to protect against more than 26 infectious diseases. Sanofi Pasteur, as a global company, has the broadest available range of vaccines, protecting against 20 infectious diseases.

Bacterial diseases

Viral diseases

Cholera Cholera

Japanese encephalitis Japanese encephalitis

Pertussis Pertussis

Yellow fever Yellow fever

Diphtheria Diphtheria

Influenza Influenza (seasonalpandemic)

Typhoid fever Typhoid fever

Hepatitis A Hepatitis A

Haemophilus influenzae type B Haemophilus influenzae type B

Hepatitis B Hepatitis B

Meningococcal infections Meningococcal infections

Mumps Mumps

Pneumococcal infections Pneumococcal infections

Poliomyelitis Poliomyelitis

Tetanus Tetanus

Rabies Rabies

Tuberculosis Tuberculosis

Measles Measles

 

Rubella Rubella

 

Varicella Varicella

   

And against one eradicated disease*

Smallpox Smallpox

 

* This vaccine is produced in response to the threat of bioterrorism.