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Children vaccinated against varicella also have a lower risk of cirrhosis, according to US researchers who analyze the health data of more than 172,000 children.A 2002-2008. Among children vaccinated, there were an average of 122 cases of cysts in two and a half years after vaccination. It is estimated that one in every 3700 children vaccinated every year develop a disease caused by the herpes zoster virus. The rate is better than that of unvaccinated children. Tseng says the strains that cause the cobweb need further study. The results of the current examination can be found in the December issue of the Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal.
Vaccination against varicella also protects against cystitis