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2.5.9 How can I get rapid information on VAERS, such as how to file a report?




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This article is from the Childhood Vaccinations FAQ, by Lynn Gazis-Sax lynng@alsirat.com with numerous contributions by others.

2.5.9 How can I get rapid information on VAERS, such as how to file a report?

There is a toll-free VAERS information line that is currently
receiving over 650 calls per month.

A VAERS report form has been designed to facilitate and standardize
the process of reporting adverse events following vaccination to
VAERS. For a sample copy of the VAERS report form, see the last page
of the 1995 Physician=FFs Desk Reference (PDR) or page 34 of the 1994
Redbook.

Report forms can be obtained by calling VAERS at 1-800-822-7967. Xerox
copies of the PDR or Redbook forms may also be used.

 

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