Despite claims that the vaccine is linked to an increased risk of swine flu, a doctor who developed Guillain-Barré syndrome will consider having the swine flu jab when she returns to work this autumn.
Laura Claire Price, a specialist in respiratory and intensive care medicine, examines the reasons why the vaccine might cause the syndrome, reviews the current evidence, and concludes that she will consider having the jab when it becomes available.
Advertisement"In view of the potential risks of flu infection as a healthcare professional, the lack of relapse of the syndrome in a sizeable number of people who have had the flu vaccine, and the lack of a persistent causal association, my current view is to consider having the jab when it becomes available," she writes.
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