Without doing further research, I would assume that any vaccine (such as flu/pneumonia/shingles which is available without prescription would not be deductible.Here's a question - are you paying for the immunization (the drug)?Or are you paying for the procedure to inject it (the nurse's time)?Does it matter? (Seems like it would change it's standing - but what do I know? :)Every flu shot I've gotten has been administered by a nurse - so it isn't quite the same as an OTC med like aspirin, etc.
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