Questions Answered about Potential Side Effects of Vaccines

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Some known side effects of vaccines can be fevers or febrile seizures. Infectious disease researcher Dr. Ravina Kullar shares that this happens to less than one percent of children who get vaccinated. Vaccine-hesitant mom Heather shares that even though it only happens to one percent she finds this hard to swallow as a parent. Dr. Paul Offit says his daughter was one of the one percent and he saw it up close which was hard to take, but that it was benign without any long-term effects.

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