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Quiz: Vaccine Reactions

Lori Massin Teller, DVM, DABVP (Canine/Feline), CVJ, Texas A&M University

Preventive Medicine

|May 2022|Peer Reviewed

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Clinicians play a role in prevention of disease and protection of animal and public health. Proper immunization has led to decreased incidence of many diseases.1 Although the benefits of vaccines far outweigh the risks, clinicians should be aware of risks and know how to manage potential adverse effects. Adverse effects should be reported to the vaccine manufacturer and other pertinent organizations (eg, US Department of Agriculture Center for Veterinary Biologics; see Suggested Reading).


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