Some Vaccine Types Linked to Increased Risk of Other Infections
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Some Vaccine Types Linked to Increased Risk of Other Infections

Researchers found that vaccines that do not contain a live or weakened pathogen, while effective against the targeted infection, may also raise the risk of non-targeted infections, particularly in girls. The authors of a preprint review found “compelling evidence” that non-specific effects (NSEs) to the immune system that occur after vaccination may raise the risk of infection…