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Astrazeneca & HCHWA-D

We asked professor of neurology at the LUMC Marieke Wermer this question.

She said the following: "To our knowledge, there is no reason to assume that side effects  would occur more often or would develop differently in people with HCHWA-D. There is nothing more we can conclude at this moment, I am afraid."

The decision to get vaccined with a Astrazeneca vaccine considering the possible risks, also present for people who do not suffer from HCHWA-D, remains a personal choice.