December, 2014: Yearly wrapup

• A yearly wrapup of VAERS data with an eye on childhood vaccinations.
• Arguments on both sides of the vaccine controversy are discussed. . . . → Read More

September, 2014: Hepatitis B

• A French report claims that the Hepatitis B vaccine is linked to multiple sclerosis.
• VAERS data supports this claim. . . . → Read More

June, 2014: Injection Sites

• An examination of injection sites in the VAERS data.
• More non-serious cases are associated with shots in the arm.
• More serious cases (including death) are associated with shots in the leg. . . . → Read More

March, 2014: Infanrix

• A report claims that the DTP shot Infanrix caused many deaths.
• VAERS data supports this claim.
• Fortunately, the number of deaths had tapered off in the past decade. . . . → Read More

December, 2013: Yearly wrapup

• A yearly wrapup of VAERS data with an eye on deaths following vaccination.
• The number of VAERS reports are high again this year.
• The number of deaths in VAERS is also high, and growing for the HPV vaccine. . . . → Read More

October, 2013: Narcolepsy

• Narcolepsy was linked with the 2009 Flu vaccine in Europe.
• The CDC asserts that it did not affect people in the United States.
• VAERS data suggests that this is not true. . . . → Read More

July, 2013: Recovery

• An examination of VAERS reports where the patient did not recover.
• The Lyme vaccine is the worst, but has been pulled from the market.
• The Shingles, Anthrax, and HPV vaccines show high rates of non-recovery. . . . → Read More

April, 2013: Symptoms of Flu and HPV

• An examination of the types of symptoms typically found.
• The Flu vaccine is typical of all VAERS symptoms.
• The HPV vaccine is not typical and shows spikes in certain symptom categories. . . . → Read More

January, 2013: Yearly wrapup

• A yearly summary of VAERS reports.
• Once again, the number of reports is going down.
• One vaccine has increased: shingles. . . . → Read More

November, 2012: Vaccines with High VAERS Rates

• Dosage data lets us see the rate of VAERS reports for each vaccine.
• Many vaccines with high rates have been eliminated.
• One high-rate vaccine remains: rabies. . . . → Read More

September, 2012: Age and the Risk of Death

• An analysis of the age of people who report vaccine injuries.
• Most reports coincide with CDC recommended ages for vaccinations.
• But injuries that result in death happen most commonly in the first six months of life. . . . → Read More

June, 2012: The VAERS Wayback Machine

• Introducing a new feature: the VAERS Wayback Machine.
• The Wayback Machine tracks changes to the VAERS database.
• Now everyone can monitor the government’s changes to the data. . . . → Read More