Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 20th, 2004
According to recent research from France, "Successful immunization programs have reduced the burden of a number of infectious diseases on a global scale. Yet, as the fear of sequelae of vaccine-preventable diseases diminishes in the public, the focus of interest has shifted towards true and alleged 'side effects'. Maintaining confidence in the necessity, tolerability and safety of immunizations is of paramount importance today. This requires, amongst other prerequisites, precise definitions of 'adverse events following immunization.'"
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