Gender differences are found in immune response to vaccines

05/18/2010 | HealthDay News

Researchers found that men and women respond differently to certain vaccines, which can affect the frequency and severity of the side effects of the vaccinations. The lead researcher said women generally have stronger immune responses to vaccinations than men do. The finding could lead to better strategies for developing immunization programs, the researchers said.

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