The Vaccine Injury Compensation System,
is based on the honor system, relying on untrained parents to report adverse reactions due to the vaccination of their child and follow the appropriate due process to petition their claim with the V.I.C.S. system. Most medical professionals, media, and the regulatory authorities report that vaccines are safe and effective, leaving little reason for parents to inquire about an injury from a vaccine.
Parents can report adverse reactions to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS)in the event that they witness an abnormal reaction or behavior in their child that they attribute to a recent vaccine administered to them.
However, according to the CDC and the FDA none of the Vaccines have been studied to examine the effects of concomitant vaccine usage. Therefore it would be impossible for parents to ever be properly informed about the potential signs to look for in the case of an adverse event because there are no studies that have been done to draw conclusions from to justify the efficacy of vaccines, or to nullify their usage due to other reasons.
HARVARD STUDY ON V.A.E.R.S.
In this study the researchers reported that the system was only capturing approximately 1% of the actual adverse events being caused by Vaccines.
Based on this research using the VAERS system vaccines could be responsible for approximately 672,408 major injuries including death and autism.
This information was shared with Human Health Services as this project was funded by a Federal grant under the umbrella of The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.