U.K. study finds no link between childhood vaccinations and allergic diseases

06/17/2004 | Reuters

A British study indicates there is no link between routine childhood vaccinations and an increased risk of asthma or eczema. Such a connection has been suggested because allergic diseases have increased in developed nations over the past few decades, but the University of Nottingham study of data on 29,238 children does not support that theory.

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