H1N1 vaccination does not increase risk of relapse in multiple sclerosis: a self-controlled case-series study

Farez, Mauricio F; Ysrraelit, Mar�a C; Fiol, Marcela; Correale, Jorge
February 2012
Multiple Sclerosis Journal;Feb2012, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p254
Academic Journal
The article discusses the study on the effects of the H1N1 influenza vaccines in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). It states that there was no association between H1N1 immunization and increased exacerbation rate in MS which was the conclusion of the study. It discusses H1N1 influenza vaccines side-effects, exacerbation of MS, and immunization.


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