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Lessons From Flu Seasons Past: Risk of Serious Flu-Related Sickness Far Outpaces Risk of Injectable Vaccine In Pregnant Women - 10/29/2009

Lessons From Flu Seasons Past: Risk of Serious Flu-Related Sickness Far Outpaces Risk of Injectable Vaccine In Pregnant Women

Release Date: October 29, 2009

Pregnant women who catch the flu are at serious risk for flu-related complications, including death, and that risk far outweighs the risk of possible side effects from injectable vaccines containing killed virus, according to an extensive review of published research and data from previous flu seasons.

For more information; http://www.hopkinschildrens.org/Risk-of-Serious-Flu-related-Sickness-in-Pregnant-Women-Outweighs-Risk-of-Injectable-Vaccine.aspx

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