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Various publications have caused concern by implying that immunization may be linked to new cases or flare-ups of immunological diseases (IDs). In view of the resulting uncertainty, we studied physicians' vaccine risk perception and immunization practices for adults with IDs. A questionnaire was mailed to three groups of physicians in France: internal(More)
INTRODUCTION Case reports focusing on immunological diseases occurring subsequently to vaccination are often described in the literature. Reporting of such cases may influence physicians' perception of risks related to immunization, and thereby immunization practices. The decision to vaccinate a patient with an immunological disease should not rely on such(More)
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