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South Korea Tries to Quell Anxiety Over Flu Shots After 13 Unexplained Deaths – The New York Times

Health officials say there is no link between the deaths and the flu vaccines. But the deaths, after two recent vaccine recalls, have raised safety fears among…

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Then, earlier this month, 615,000 doses of a flu vaccine shipped by another company were also recalled after some of them were found to contain white particles, which the government described as being a harmless protein. Almost 18,000 people had received doses before they were recalled.
No serious harm had been reported from either of those lots, though dozens of people who received those doses reported fevers or other minor complaints which are common reactions to flu shots, officials said. None…

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