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Vaccine Injuries: Actual Documented Adverse Reactions to Vaccines by Tony Lyons and Louis Conte

Pediatricians, politicians and the media tell you that vaccines are safe and effective. However, they rarely tell you about the side effects and very real damage vaccines can cause.

In Vaccine Injuries: Actual Documented Adverse Reactions to Vaccines, Tony Lyons and Louis Conte take the reader through vaccine injury cases where the United States government has compensated the victims, often children.

The cases are documented and undeniable. These cases are in the public domain and have been published on the United States Court of Claims website from the decisions of Special Masters who preside in the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, often referred to as the “Vaccine Court."

Vaccine Injuries includes a brief history of vaccination, the controversies that have surrounded vaccines as well as a presentation of cases involving claims of vaccine induced encephalopathy with autism. The analysis of these cases will surprise many who believe that there is no association between vaccines and autism.

Vaccine Injuries is essential reading for those concerned with vaccine safety and those advocating for personal health rights.




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