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News Link • Vaccines and Vaccinations


• by S.D. Wells

In the 1980s, after a series of very serious lawsuits against vaccine companies from healthcare providers due to vaccine injuries, the CDC, in cahoots with vaccine manufacturers, created the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) so that no vaccine maker could ever be sued again. From that date forward, if any U.S. person was injured by vaccine toxins, they would have to plead their case in front of a "special master," and the vaccine that caused the damage or death would have to be one "recommended" as a category by the CDC (for routine administration to children and pregnant women) and subject to an excise tax by federal law (that provides the money used for settlement – if awarded). The National VICP was purposely created as a "no-fault" alternative to the traditional and constitutional U.S. legal system. The Zoster Shingles vaccines are not listed for injury compensation coverage for the obvious and insidious reasons covered in this article.

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