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Disclaimer: This site is to be used only as a research guide. It is not intended to be used for medical advice. If you have medical questions or concerns, please consult a doctor.
WHERE TO START:
Study the CDC’s source textbook, “The Pink Book”- information on routinely used vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases. View online or download for free, or order a copy.
View the recommended vaccination schedule by age
View package inserts for vaccines.
View the list of ingredients in vaccines.
See vaccination and disease rates by year in the U.S.
(Click here to view rates in a different country).
Search the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) or report a vaccine reaction.
FAQs about the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System, including how to report an adverse event
View the code of law stating that no vaccine manufacturer is liable in the event of damage or death from a properly administered vaccine.
Vaccine coverage by state
View vaccine laws, the difference between recommendations and laws, and exemptions.
View vaccine laws and exemptions by state.
View the ingredient list for vaccines.
Thimerosal Content in Some US Licensed Vaccines
Thimerosal Safety Sheet
Thimerosal Exposure and the Role of Sulfation Chemistry and Thiol Availability in Autism (2013)
National Vaccine Information Center:
Vaccine Components Fact Sheet
How Vaccines Affect the Developing Immune System
Evidence-based medicine: a movement in crisis? (A look into today’s “evidence-based” medicine):
Find published studies. Some have a fee but many are free in full or free abstract
Search studies from the US National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health (NIH)
Vaccine Development, Testing, and Regulation
Components of the Immune System
How Vaccines affect the Immune System
History of the CDC Vaccination Schedule