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Federal health officials have now confirmed 28 cases, including six in men, of a rare bleeding disorder in adults who have received the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine.Dr. Tom Shimabukuro, deputy director of the vaccination safety bureau at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, presented the new cases on Wednesday at a CDC advisory board meetingThe number...
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Almost 8 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have now been given. There was less than one case per million doses in men and women aged 50 and over.The coagulation disorder is "rare but clinically severe," said Dr. Tom Shimabukuro, Assistant Director of the CDC Vaccination Safety Office, at the meeting.About 10 million doses or...
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Still, German researchers have said these clots were more common in recipients of the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine than in people who had never received the shot.What symptoms should doctors and vaccine recipients look out for if there are side effects such as blood clots?European regulators had recommended that recipients of the vaccine seek medical help for a number of possible...
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Two reports published in a leading medical journal on Friday explain how AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine can cause severe and sometimes fatal blood clots on rare occasions.Scientific teams from Germany and Norway found that people who developed the clot after vaccination had produced antibodies that activated their platelets, a blood component that is involved in clotting. The new reports...
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Syringes are filled with Astrazeneca's vaccine in the pharmacy.Christopher Neundorf | Image Alliance | Getty ImagesLONDON - Europe's Medicines Agency announced on Wednesday a possible link between the coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University and rare blood clotting problems in adults who received the shot.It comes after a review of all currently available evidence in...
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