A systematic review in Paediatrics examined the safety of routine vaccines for children in the US
Reassurance of vaccine safety remains critical for population health. A recent systematic review published in Paediatrics examined the literature on the safety of routine vaccines for children in the US. While they did confirm a link between vaccines and known serious adverse events, they were able to confirm that these events are extremely rare. They were also able to verify the absence of any evidential link between vaccines and cancer, autism or food allergies. The review is avaialble free online. A copy can be found here.