Stipulated Order Showing That NIH And HRSA Have Not Acted In Their Duties Regarding Vaccine Safety

In 1986, Congress charged Health and Human Services (HHS) with the primary responsibility of ensuring vaccine safety after removing product liability from vaccine manufacturers as part of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Compensation Act. As part of the 1986 Act, HHS is required to create a task force and submit bi-annual reports to Congress detailing actions taken to ensure vaccine safety. This stipulated order shows that NIH and HRSA have not acted in their duties regarding vaccine safety, forcing 78 million American children into a vaccine program with no safety provisions.

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