Safety of hepatitis B vaccines

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Although concerns about vaccine safety have increased, true adverse reactions associated with hepatitis B vaccines are few, apart from minor symptoms at the site of injection and occasionally systemic reactions. There is no evidence of an association with hepatitis B vaccination and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis and the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.Hepatitis B vaccines are safe and essential for the prevention of this important and common infection. © 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.




Zuckerman, A. J. (2004). Safety of hepatitis B vaccines. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, 2(2), 81–84.

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