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Tissue Donor Screening

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Defer for 8 weeks after onset of symptoms or 14 days after symptoms resolve, whichever is longer. Complications include: a rash resembling blisters, necrosis (tissue death) at the vaccination site, inflammation of the brain, infection of the cornea, localized or systemic skin reaction in someone with eczema or other chronic skin condition

Author: Rhys Morgan


Smallpox with complications

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