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Terry Brenneman, MD

Terry Brenneman, MD

Dr. Brenneman is the founding partner of a small, independent pediatric practice. He has a special interest in vaccines, serving as a Principal Investigator for multiple clinical trials and has given numerous talks on vaccines throughout the southeast. Medical students and nurse practitioner students rotate through his office and he was named "Preceptor of the Year" by the University of North Carolina School of Nursing. Dr. Brenneman serves on the Editorial Board of

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Winter is coming and so is influenza. Does the CDC recommend Fluzone or Flulaval for pediatric patients?

The quadrupled antigen in a high-dose influenza vaccine did reduce morbidity and mortality, but flaws in the recent study prompt questions.

Congressman urges Hurricane Harvey victims to get a tetanus shot. Medical myth or mandatory?

Figuring out how to bring a child up-to-date with missed vaccinations can be confusing enough, even without a language barrier.

The topic of HPV vaccination can be a loaded one for parents. Click here for some rational data to help then face facts.

Fingers point in all directions when the topic of low US HPV vaccination rates comes up. How to skip the drama? Just do it.

Once a vaccine is drawn up, the clock starts ticking. How long do you actually have? Try these 2 questions, and download a CDC guide at the end.

Which vaccines should you repeat when a SQ injection is given IM or vice versa?

Find out what you know about on- and off-label use of the newest DTaP/IPV combination vaccine based on this short scenario.

Even when a parent begs, you may still have to say “no” to MMR. Which of these 4 children should not receive the vaccination?


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