A 47-year-old member asked:
Can there be any study in vaccines exacerbated eczema in children?
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Pathology 44 years experience
Gruber study: Allergy. 63(11):1464-72, 2008 nov. This is from germany, where the anti-immunization people have much more clout; it's an enormous study and it is very clear that immunizations do not exacerbate atopic eczema in kids. It's by real scientists each of whom would have loved to be able to demonstrate something that wasn't previously known -- and they couldn't.
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Last updated Mar 31, 2014
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