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MHLW Says No Causal Relationship Between HPV Vaccine And Immune/Nerve Adverse Events

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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A Japan MHLW Specialist Committee concluded on Jan. 20 that, based on patient data examination, it was inconclusive that nervous and immune system abnormalities were caused by HPV vaccine, and that symptoms were likely caused by anxiety and pain during the vaccination itself.

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