Potential Pfizer problems prompt conversations about vaccine safety surveillance systems

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Researchers in the United States have found a potential link between the administration of the second Pfizer vaccine dose and inflammation of the heart muscle.

With growing concerns around the safety of the AstraZeneca vaccine, this new research is particularly relevant to Australian vaccination programs.

This has prompted conversations from experts about safety surveillance systems, and the balance between risks and benefits of different vaccines.

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