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Chickenpox and shingles vaccine may cause keratitis in rare cases

The varicella zoster virus vaccine for chickenpox and shingle may, in rare cases, cause keratitis, according to researchers at the University Missouri School of Medicine. The researchers note that patients with a history of keratitis should talk with their primary care provider before getting vaccinated. Read more.

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