The efficacy of the mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines bodes well for the continued research and development of cancer vaccines.
Anaphylaxis following COVID-19 vaccination is being reported, but as of now recommendations concerning the vaccines and their administration have not changed.
Given the increased risk associated with COVID-19 in pregnancy, COVID-19 vaccines should not be withheld from pregnant or lactating patients who desire the vaccine and meet the criteria for vaccination.
Medical professionals have an important role to play in correcting myths about COVID-19 vaccines.
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Health professionals can be ready with clear answers to patients’ most pressing questions about the timing, protocols and availability of COVID-19 vaccines.
Pediatric infectious disease specialist Frank Esper, MD, explains the ins and outs of developing a vaccine for pediatric populations and why the first COVID-19 vaccine likely won’t be approved for young children.
Cleveland Clinic is part of the massive, complicated national effort to disseminate new vaccines for the novel coronavirus, serving in an advisory capacity and as a distribution hub in Ohio.