The BBC is reporting that Italy has suspended the use of two batches of flu vaccine (marketed under the name ‘Flaud’) made by Novartis after four people died shortly after having their flu shots.
Novartis issued a statement saying that:
Two men and two women, all of them over the age of 67, have died after being vaccinated with the drug, which was approved for use in 1997. AIFA, the Italian Medicines Agency said:
“At this point, it is not clear if there is a causal relationship or a link to the vaccination.
A full picture will be formed only after a full analysis of all aspects, including the general health of the patients, their ages and probable conditions they might have had.”
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