I understand the original poster has deleted her post. So my response is not relevant.
Why did you wait until a week before departure to inquire about this? Why didn't you take the advice given out by the CDC? As Gary pointed out, they are the authorities on diseases. They have a whole website devoted to information for travelers. You seem to believe that they are pushing vaccinations for some reason of their own.
To give the best protection, vaccine for Hepatitis A should be given in two doses the first one about 6 months before departure. Hepatitis A is the most dangerous kind; Hepatits B does not have as much effect, but both can cause liver damage.
Malaria may not be an issue, depending on where you travel.
And polio is not eradicated in the entire world.
Before I travel in Europe, I check that my measles immunity is still in effect. They don't immunize as a customary thing in other countries, as they do here. And I never had measles as a child.