Study: Flu vaccine is safe for children with egg allergies

10/9/2012 | Reuters

Canadian researchers monitored 367 people with egg allergies, mostly children, who received the flu vaccine over five years, and found that none of those with a history of anaphylaxis had serious reactions to the drug. They noted 13 cases of mild reactions to the vaccine within a day of administration. The findings appear in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

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