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Adverse effects of vaccines: Evidence and causality

In 2009 the Institute of Medicine was tasked, by the Health Resources and Services Administration in the U.S., to convene a committee of experts to review the epidemiologic, clinical, and biological evidence regarding adverse health events associated with specific vaccines including varicella zoster vaccine; influenza vaccines; hepatitis B vaccine; human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV); tetanus toxoid-containing vaccines other than those containing the whole cell pertussis component; measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines; hepatitis A vaccine; and meningococcal vaccines. The focus was only on the assessment of risk of vaccines.

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Last updated: May 2019