Adverse Effects of Vaccines

@inproceedings{Stratton2011AdverseEO,
  title={Adverse Effects of Vaccines},
  author={Kathleen Stratton and Andrew Ford and Erin Rusch and Ellen Wright Clayton},
  year={2011}
}
Immunizations are a cornerstone of the nation's efforts to protect people from a host of infectious diseases. As required by the Food and Drug Administration , vaccines are tested for safety before they enter the market, and their performance is continually evaluated to identify any risks that might appear over time. Vaccines are not free from side effects, or " adverse effects, " but most are very rare or very mild. Importantly, some adverse health problems following a vaccine may be due to… CONTINUE READING

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