Routine childhood vaccinations should not be avoided or delayed in children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) because of misplaced fears they may trigger flares, an Australian study has shown. While vaccinations – along with medications and infections – have previously been proposed as a trigger for some flares in children with JIA a review of ...
Vaccines don’t trigger flares in children with JIA
By Michael Woodhead
26 Aug 2020