Vaccine Injury Compensation Fund Should Fund Safety Research
The Vaccine Injury Compensation Trust Fund could be used for research on vaccine-related adverse events, former Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices Chairman Samuel Katz, MD, said at a House Government Reform/Criminal Justice, Drug Policy & Human Resources subcommittee hearing on safety of hepatitis B vaccinations May 18.
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