Study: H1N1 vaccine safe during pregnancy

09/24/2013 | Medical News Today

Research from the University of California, San Diego, Boston University and the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology affirmed that the H1N1 influenza vaccine does not raise the risk for miscarriage or birth defects. The results reinforce CDC recommendations that pregnant women receive flu vaccinations. A large study and two accompanying papers were published in the journal Vaccine.

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