The Liability Issue.

The 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act provided doctors and vaccine manufacturers liability protection when injuries are caused by federally recommended vaccines. This Act also created a special tribunal, and the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program with trust fund (now in the billions of $), to pay the injured. This means the medical industry is shielded from tort suit if a vaccine should disable or kill your child. To make matters worse for consumers, in 2011 the Supreme Court decided Bruesewitz v. Wyeth, prohibiting any individual from filing a civil suit for a defectively designed vaccine in any US court. So, the medical industry now enjoys extraordinary protection against liability for vaccine injury. This may explain why product warnings are not routinely passed on to consumers, even in direct to consumer advertisements.

Our asks: Repeal the Act; Require full disclosure of product risks; Keep vaccination voluntary!