Authors of the paper, from left to right, Ishac Nazy, Angela Huynh, John Kelton, Donald Arnold and Mercy Daka (Photo by James Smith).

McMaster researchers identify how VITT happens

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A McMaster University team of researchers has found how, exactly, the COVID-19 vaccines that use adenovirus vectors trigger a rare but sometimes fatal blood clotting reaction called vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia or VITT.

The findings will put scientists on the path of finding a way to better diagnose and treat VITT, possibly prevent it and potentially make vaccines safer….

https://brighterworld.mcmaster.ca/articles/mcmaster-researchers-identify-how-vitt-happens/

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