respiratory
Asthma

Age-dependent RSV asthma risk creates vaccine conundrum


The risk of asthma linked to infant RSV infection is much greater if a child acquires the infection later in infancy, NSW researchers have shown. Children who contract severe RSV disease after the age of six months are more than twice as likely to develop severe asthma in later years than babies who get the ...

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