Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)
I downloaded 1999, 2000 and 2001 tables from
combined them into a single Microsoft Access2000 database with some helpful queries.
I was truly appalled when I learned how many children and adults are injured and
killed by vaccinations that are wholeheartedly endorsed by our health care professionals and organizations.
While I'm highly concerned about the Compulsory
Vaccination Laws that affect school-age children, I'm even more concerned about
the policies that mandate the vaccination of infants during their first hours
It is my sincere hope that people involve
themselves in learning how vaccinations might affect them before the fact, and
then receiving them only by informed consent. After studying the following, you may
conclude that blindly following current vaccination schedules may not be in your best interest.
You might also find this listing of vaccine "fillers" interesting
NOTE: I do not have the database queries built in web format yet.
In the meantime you can download the database, but it is an extremely large (43 MegaByte) file.
VAERS CAUTIONS that when evaluating their data, it is important
to know that for any reported event, no cause and effect
relationship has been established.
is interested in all potential associations between vaccines and
adverse events. Therefore, VAERS collects data on any adverse
event following vaccination, be it coincidental or truly caused
by a vaccine.
report of an adverse event to VAERS is not documentation that a
vaccine caused the event.