What is it about?
Vaccines have very well known specific effects which are highly beneficial but also have less recognised nonspecific effects. The nonspecific effects can also be beneficial but can less often cause disbenefit. This article discusses the possibility that infeluenza and COVID-19 vaccination may have nonspecific effects.
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Why is it important?
Up to the present it has been largely assumed that vaccines do not have nonspecific effects, hence, there is no need to investigate such a possibility.
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This page is a summary of: Could some vaccines have unanticipated effects against NHS winter pressures?, Journal of Paramedic Practice, June 2023, Mark Allen Group, DOI: 10.12968/jpar.2023.15.6.251.
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