NEW YORK – Health officials say research has not yet found a risk of abortion for women receiving annual vaccines.
Two years ago, a disconcerting study found women who had spontaneous abortions between 2010 and 2012 were more likely to have annual shots of influenza. Therefore, the experts asked for more research.
This week, the centers for disease control and prevention said that a larger and more rigorous study did not find any link to three subsequent flu epochs.
Meanwhile, the CDC asked a question about a new tile vaccine. A preliminary study found two cases of a rare condition of stoppage between more than 100,000 people who received a Shingrix shot. But one of the two can begin to develop symptoms before the shot. Officials say they are doing more research.