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Some Patients Left Vulnerable to COVID Even After Getting Vaccinated

Bad news for rheumatoid arthritis patients

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Article via LabRoots

Global vaccination efforts continue in the backdrop of the ongoing pandemic. However, new studies demonstrate how several factors strongly influence the extent of immune protection offered by vaccines. Among them are the individual’s underlying health status…

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River D'Almeida, Ph.D

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