Dec. 15.

Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System

What is the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)?  VAERS is a  national surveillance  agency  that is co-sponsor by the Center for Disease Control and Food and Drug Administration. This agency collects information on  adverse reactions or side effects from U.S. licensed  vaccines.

 Who can report adverse reactions from vaccines? Parents, doctors, vaccine manufacturers, concerned citizens, etc. Basically, anyone can report adverse reactions from U.S. licensed vaccines.

How do I report a possible adverse reaction from vaccines? You may contact VAERS at (800) 822-7967  for forms to be faxed or mailed.  They can be downloaded from http://vaers.hhs.gov/esub/index.  You may also file online through VAERS web reporting system http://vaers.hhs.gov/esub/index.  After the forms are completed, you can fax them to (877) 721-0366 or by mail to the address below.

VAERS
PO Box 1100
Rockville, MD 20849

Is the system being used efficiently? No. Many people do not know about the VAERS program to report adverse events and  the health care providers are not reporting reactions from vaccines to VAERS .

If you have  more questions about VAERS, click on this link http://vaers.hhs.gov/about/faqs  for frequently asked questions.

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