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Inflamatory Bowel Disease (IBD): Resources
Reference Guide on Vaccines and Vaccine Safety: Inflammatory Bowel Disease
(specific information about IBD starts on page 77)
Source: National Partnership for Immunization, 2002
American Gastroenterological Association
National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases
Inflamatory Bowel Disease (IBD): Journal Articles
Measles-Mumps-Rubella and Other Measles-Containing Vaccines Do Not Increase the Risk for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Case-Control Study from the Vaccine Safety Datalink Project
Authors: Davis RL, Kramarz P, Bohlke K, et al
Source: Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, March 2001, Vol. 155(3):354-9
Measles Vaccination and Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Controversy Laid to Rest?
Authors: Davis RL, Bohlke K
Source: Drug Safety, 2001, Vol. 24(13):939-946
Further Evidence of the Absence of Measles Virus Genome Sequence in Full Thickness Intestinal Specimens from Patients with Crohn's Disease
Authors: Afzal MA, Armitage E, Ghosh S, Williams LC, Minor PD
Source: Journal of Medical Virology, November 2000, Vol. 62(3):377-82
Absence of Detectable Measles Virus Genome Sequence in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Tissues and Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes
Authors: Afzal MA, Armitage E, Begley J, Bentley ML, Minor PD, Ghosh S, Ferguson A
Source: Journal of Medical Virology, July 1998, Vol. 55(3):243-9
No Evidence for Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Vaccine-Associated Inflammatory Bowel Disease or Autism in a 14-year Prospective Study
Source: The Lancet, May 2, 1998, Vol. 351:1327-8
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