The VAERS site represents only a small percentage of the actual number of deaths, life-threatening adverse events, cases of permanent disability, hospitalizations and emergency room visits following vaccination.

VAERS is a passive surveillance system in the United States that captures adverse events following vaccination, but is unable to prove causation (i.e. that the vaccine in question caused the adverse event – possible side effect). The data in VAERS is overwhelmingly filed by health care providers and it’s reliability is enforced through heavy criminal liabilities against any misreporting. “Knowingly filing a false VAERS report is a violation of Federal law (18 U.S. Code § 1001) punishable by fine and imprisonment.”

Video showing how to access VAERS data:

OpenVAERS website features a more user-friendly interface to search the VAERS database:

Vaccine Excipient List  (ingredients listed on manufacturers’ package inserts)

Disease antigens: weakened or killed disease antigens
Preservatives: for the prevention of contamination; eg. thimerosal
Adjuvants: for stimulation of stronger immune response; eg. aluminum
Stabilizers: for transportation and storage; eg. sugars or gelatin

Vaccine Use in Pregnancy

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