Rotavirus vaccines may lower kids’ chances of getting type 1 diabetes

The association revealed in U.S. insurance data held true only for those fully vaccinated

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BONUS EFFECT  Children fully vaccinated against rotavirus appear to be less likely to develop type 1 diabetes than unvaccinated children, according to a large study of U.S. insurance records.

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