Birth delivery method associated with baby’s immune response to key childhood vaccines
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 Birth delivery method associated with baby’s immune response to key childhood vaccinesBirth delivery method associated with baby’s immune response to key childhood vaccines
 
The method by which a baby was delivered is associated with how its immune system will respond to two key childhood vaccines, research suggests.
 
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