The tragic death of Cambridge University student Alana Cutland is now reportedly being investigated as to whether the yellow fever vaccine was a factor involved in the incident.
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Autoimmune conditions are rising and costing the UK over £13 billion each year, a report launched today has revealed. Connect Immune Research, a group of medical research charities, issued the report to highlight the need for greater recognition and investment for autoimmune conditions as a distinct research area, alongside the likes of cancer, infectious disease and dementia.
A group of medical research charities has launched a first-of-its-kind research project to confront the UK’s high prevalence of autoimmune conditions.