“Looking at a test group of 5,103 pregnant women during a high flu-risk time, 43 per cent (2,172) were vaccinated with an influenza injection. It was found that women who had had the jab were “statistically significantly less likely” than the unvaccinated women to have a premature birth. In fact the chance of going into birth early was slashed by 44 per cent, and it was concluded that as many as one in five pre-term births can be avoided during flu outbreaks.”
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