Older man shingles
Seqirus Australia
Seqirus Australia Aug 11, 2018

Shingles can strike at any time

Phillip Jones is the proprietor of Bass Phillip Wines in Victoria. An avid wine maker, he oversees every step of the process. “I was diagnosed with shingles in early 2006,” says Phillip. His diagnosis came around the harvest season - Phillip’s busiest working period. “The first symptoms I experienced with this was a driving headache - it was like someone was tearing at my hair. It’s the worst thing I’ve ever suffered and I don’t want to have it again,” said Phillip...
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Seqirus, formerly bioCSL, manufactures and in-licenses, markets and distributes vaccines with particular focus on vaccines for the prevention and treatment of serious disease. We operate one of the world’s largest influenza vaccine manufacturing facilities and supply seasonal influenza vaccines to Australia and global markets.

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Seqirus Australia
Seqirus Australia Jul 21, 2018

Shingles is more than just a rash

Shingles can strike at any time. There is no way to predict who will develop shingles, or when, or how severe it will be. In fact, 97 per cent of adults have the virus that causes shingles within them.1 Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is characterised by a distinctive unilateral, blistering rash that is caused by the reactivation of the varicella zoster virus. Nearly all adults have the zoster virus within them.1 For older adults, shingles can...
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Seqirus Australia
Seqirus Australia Jul 5, 2018

What is Shingles and will you get it?

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shingles pain old people
Seqirus Australia
Seqirus Australia May 3, 2018

Almost all Australian adults have the virus that causes shingles within them

97% of Australian adults have been exposed to the chickenpox virus and are therefore at risk of developing shingles at some point in their lives. (1) Shingles is caused by the varicella zoster virus, the same virus that causes chickenpox. After chickenpox, the varicella zoster virus lays dormant in the nerves and it can reactivate at any time, most commonly in older age, causing shingles. There are an estimated 120,000 new cases of shingles annually in Australia and the...
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