Vaxchora Side Effects. In June this year, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Vaxchora as a vaccine for cholera. To date, it is the only vaccine given the thumbs up by the agency for the prevention of cholera among adults aged 18 to 64 years old.
What are some Vaxchora side effects? According to PaxVax, the Vaxchora drug maker, the following adverse health reactions to Vaxchora were noted during trials in the United States and Australia: Continue reading Vaxchora Side Effects, Safety, and Effectiveness
Shingrix Side Effects. Last month, the Food and Drug Administration approved Shingrix (by GlaxoSmithKline) for the prevention of shingles among adults aged 50 and over. This approval came after a clinical trial involving 38,000 people which demonstrated the efficacy of the vaccine. In this trial, participants who were given Shingrix demonstrated efficacy against shingles greater than 90%. Moreover, follow-ups over a period of four years has shown the sustained efficacy of the vaccine.
Shingrix was developed specifically to overcome the age-related decline in immunity to shingles (herpes zoster) which, currently, affects 1 in 3 people in the United States. Want more vaccine side effects?
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