Published in Vaccine Weekly, May 12th, 2004
According to a study from Finland, "The possible effects of immunization on subsequent development of asthma and atopy remain a matter of controversy. Although some studies have suggested that immunization might increase the risk for atopic disease, a number of studies have found no association or have even reported a protective effect for immunization against atopy. Recent studies have provided evidence that ethnicity might affect the susceptibility to the immunomodulatory effects of vaccination.
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