Danish-made TB vaccine sickens Romanian children

A Danish-made tuberculosis vaccine sickened more than 100 children in Romania, according to a European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control report. Statens Serum Institut manufactures the vaccine, which caused swollen lymph nodes and abscesses, among other ailments, in the children. Fifty of the 115 affected children have been hospitalized since March. Story

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