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Smallpox Vaccinee Evaluation and Follow-up

From the webcast "CDC Bioterrorism Update: Smallpox Preparedness," Friday, December 6, 2002

Since this video was produced, evidence has emerged suggesting that smallpox vaccination may cause cases of heart inflammation (myocarditis), inflammation of the membrane covering the heart (pericarditis), and a combination of these two problems (myopericarditis). A few cases of heart pain (angina) and heart attack also have been reported following smallpox vaccination. It is not known at this time if smallpox vaccination causes angina or heart attacks.

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