The Truth About Vaccines Docu-series
The Truth About Vaccines Docu-series - Episode 1
The Truth About Vaccines Docu-series - Episode 2
The Truth About Vaccines Docu-Series - Episode 3
The Truth About Vaccines Docu-Series - Episode 4
The Truth About Vaccines Docu-Series - Episode 5
The Truth About Vaccines Docu-series - Episode 6
The Truth About Vaccines Docu-series - Episode 7
Q&A Part I with Ty & Charlene
Q & A Part 2 with Ty & Charlene
SCOTUS: National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 - 42 U. S. C. §300aa–22(b)(1)
Justice Sotomayor , with whom Justice Ginsburg joins, dissenting.
"Vaccine manufacturers have long been subject to a legal duty, rooted in basic principles of products liability law, to improve the designs of their vaccines in light of advances in science and technology. Until today, that duty was enforceable through a traditional state-law tort action for defective design. In holding that §22(b)(1) of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (Vaccine Act or Act), 42 U. S. C. §300aa–22(b)(1), pre-empts all design defect claims for injuries stemming from vaccines covered under the Act, the Court imposes its own bare policy preference over the considered judgment of Congress. In doing so, the Court excises 13 words from the statutory text, misconstrues the Act’s legislative history, and disturbs the careful balance Congress struck between compensating vaccine-injured children and stabilizing the childhood vaccine market. Its decision leaves a regulatory vacuum in which no one ensures that vaccine manufacturers adequately take account of scientific and technological advancements when designing or distributing their products. Because nothing in the text, structure, or legislative history of the Vaccine Act remotely suggests that Congress intended such a result, I respectfully dissent."
Vaccines Are "Unavoidably Unsafe" and "cannot be made safe"
“The Committee has set forth Comment K in this bill because it intends that the principle in Comment K regarding ‘unavoidably unsafe’ products, i.e., those products which in the present state of human skill and knowledge cannot be made safe, apply to the vaccines covered in the bill and that such products not be the subject of liability in the tort system.” Id. , at 25–26.
Vaccine Injury Compensation Data
Are Vaccines Safe?