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  Babies to be protected against deadly hepatitis B in new 6-in-1 jab as cases of the cancer-causing virus soar due to immigration

The new injection, called Hexavalent, shelters against 6 childhood diseases
These are: diptheria, polio, tetanus, whooping cough and Haemophilus influenzae type b and hepatitis B
Hepatitis B is on the rise in England due to immigration, officials have admitted
By Stephen Matthews

Babies born from today in England will be given a routine 'six-in-one vaccine', health officials have announced.

The new jab will offer them protection against hepatitis B - which can cause cirrhosis and lead to liver cancer.

It replaces the old five-in-one jab - which protects against diptheria, polio, tetanus, whooping cough and Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib).

But Hexavalent, shelters against these five childhood diseases as well as offering immunity against hepatitis B.

The deadly virus is deemed a 'major global health problem' and considered to be on the rise due to immigration, Public Health England has previously admitted.

The new injection, called Hexavalent, shelters against five childhood diseases as well as offering immunity against hepatitis B +2
The new injection, called Hexavalent, shelters against five childhood diseases as well as offering immunity against hepatitis B

The vaccine is given three times as part of the Childhood

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