Gauging Vaccine Reactions Absent Reliable Reporting

The last vaccine injury for [my daughter] was within three hours of receiving a Tdap vaccine, and she had a grand mal seizure, she fell off the bed and hit her head. She stopped breathing while I held her head in my hands. Thankfully, she was resuscitated, and we went to the hospital in an ambulance. And while we were in the ambulance, I called our family doctor who had given her the vaccine, and I called his office and said, I want this reported to VAERS.7

We went to the hospital, they knew it was a vaccine injury, I told them what had happened. It was months later that I realized that it had not been reported. When I called my doctor’s office, I said, why didn’t you report this, and they said, well, you didn’t bring her back here. They said, we didn’t have to report it because you didn’t bring her back here. I said, I didn’t bring her back there because she stopped breathing, we went to the hospital in an ambulance. And so they said, well, it was the hospital that should’ve reported it. So I called the hospital, and I said, well why didn’t you report it? And they said, well, we didn’t administer the vaccine, the administering physician should’ve reported it. 7


Using data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD), Michael McNeil, MD and a team of researchers from the CDC conducted a study that identified only 33 “confirmed vaccine-triggered anaphylaxis cases” in 25,173,965 vaccine doses given to patients during January 2009 through December 2011.1 According to the study, published in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, the rate of anaphylaxis—a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction—was 1.31 per million vaccine doses.1

The results of the study have led to the general conclusion, at least in media articles, that vaccines rarely cause serious reactions. In fact, that was the headline of a recent article in U.S. News & World Report… “Vaccines Rarely Cause Serious Reaction.”2

The problem with such headlines, however, is that they give a false impression, because there are many other serious reactions associated with vaccination besides anaphylaxis. The Institute of Medicine (IOM), for example, lists…

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