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In this article, we will explain why not all medical events that happen after vaccination are caused by the vaccine and how experts identify those that are. We will also discuss examples of conditions and individual cases that have been misrepresented as vaccine injuries without sufficient evidence supporting such an association.

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Vaccination Decision Making,Sub Topics: Vaccination Decision Making,Misinformation/Disinformation,Vaccine Safety and Development,Sub Topics: Vaccine Safety and Development,Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI) Vaccination Decision Making
Sub Topics: Vaccination Decision Making
Vaccine Safety and Development
Sub Topics: Vaccine Safety and Development
Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI)


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