Posted by: William J. Barson, MD on Mar 30, 2021

Although safety has been the top priority throughout the vaccine trials some people are worried about getting vaccinated because they have heard or read false information. Here are some of the most common myths, debunked with facts pulled from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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