Published in Vaccine Weekly, December 23rd, 2009
"Children may be allergic to specific vaccine constituents such as gelatin or egg. Children who have suffered an apparent allergic reaction to a vaccine should be evaluated by an allergist to determine the culprit allergen and to make recommendations regarding future vaccination," wrote J.M. Kelso and colleagues.
The researchers concluded: "In rare circumstances, certain vaccines may cause acute exacerbations of allergic...
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