Swine Flu Vaccine for Infants Is Recalled

Nearly a million doses of swine flu vaccine for infants may have been slightly less potent than required but should work anyway, federal officials said Tuesday in announcing a recall of the shots. The maker of the vaccine, Sanofi-Aventis, voluntarily recalled 800,000 doses of low-dose, thimerosal-free vaccine in prefilled syringes intended for infants between 6 and 35 months old, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.

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