Vaccines on the CDC’s Pediatric Recommended Schedule
FDA labelling law requires vaccine manufacturers to include on their product inserts:
“Adverse reactions. This section must describe the overall adverse reaction profile of the drug based on the entire safety database. For purposes of prescription drug labeling, an adverse reaction is an undesirable effect, reasonably associated with use of a drug, that may occur as part of the pharmacological action of the drug or may be unpredictable in its occurrence. This definition does not include all adverse events observed during use of a drug, only those adverse events for which there is some basis to believe there is a causal relationship between the drug and the occurrence of the adverse event.” (emphasis added)
For the most recent product inserts on vaccines currently licensed in the U.S., visit the FDA Page.
Visit the Immunity Education Group for information about specific Vaccines & Infectious Diseases.
DTaP & Tdap (diphtheria, tetanus, acellular pertussis)
- Dr. Obukhanych’s petition regarding yeast-recombinant vaccines
- Infant Hepatitis Vaccination?
- The new adult HepB Vaccine
HPV (human papillomavirus)
IPV (inactivated poliovirus)
MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
Vaccines on the CDC’s Adult Recommended Schedule
All of the above plus:
- Information at the NVIC (National Vaccine Information Center)
- New Supercharged Shingles Vaccine Has Serious Problems
- Childhood Shingles