mnp13 wrote:And I am also of the opinion that vaccine reactions are FAR more common than people think. When a vaccine is given on Monday and the dog is sick on Thursday, how many people relate it to the shots on Monday? How many people wait it out? Why do I think that? Because human vaccine reactions are extremely common, when you hear a side affect on a commercial "the most common side effects are ... " it means more than 10 percent of people taking the drug had that reaction, or twice the number of people in the control group. (http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Drugs/Guid ... 075057.pdf)
Are fatal reactions rare? Yes, absolutely. In both humans and animals. However, cat reactions to vaccines are so common that there is a cancer specifically related to it - injection site sarcoma. Parents are told that their babies may have bone and/or joint pain for days after vaccines are given. That's far longer than the pain from the needle.
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