MOH Will Investigate Possible Vaccine-related Deaths In Shanxi
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Executive SummaryA large number of possible vaccine-related illnesses and deaths recently became the focus of public attention in Shanxi province. According to an in-depth report by the China Economic Times, nearly 100 children were injured or died as a result of immunization with vaccines exposed to high heat. Shanxi's official response denies the severity of the reports, while the responsible China Economic Times reporter insists the facts are true and assumes all legal responsibility for their validity. The Ministry of Health recently stated it will carry out an investigation of the events and the involved vaccine manufacturer. (Click Here For More - Chinese Language
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