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Sabo emailed us a web link to a video excerpt from the April 25, 2017, hearing of the House Public Health Committee on House Bill 1124, which would make it easier for parents to opt children out of having immunizations required to attend public schools.The video initially shows Lindy Mc Gee, a physician at Texas Children’s Hospital, opposing the measure on behalf of herself and the partnership.The report was accepted and entered into the database. unusual," Laidler wrote, "a representative of VAERS contacted me.After a discussion of the VAERS database and its limitations, they asked for my permission to delete the record, which I granted.Among 635 summarized results dating from 1990 into February 2017, we spotted one mention of suicide; after a person got a seasonal flu shot in 2013, he was diagnosed with Auto Immune Limbic Encephalitis, according to the entry, and had suicidal thoughts.
At the hearing, Mc Gee replied that the database, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System or VAERS, doesn’t "report causality. So I can report if I get hit by a truck after I’ve gotten a vaccine and that would be reported as associated with a vaccine. That’s just the way it is." Mc Gee went on: "So that is just everyone reporting any time they’ve had an adverse event, any time within a certain amount of period from having a vaccine. That’s the way it’s set up." The parry-and-thrust went on: Zedler: "So in other words, all you’ve got to do is just think it could be." Mc Gee: "Yes. So I could break my arm the next day and I can report that to that reporting system.The Houston physician disputed Zedler on that, leading us to roll out the Truth-O-Meter.We heard about the pair’s vigorous public back and forth from Jason Sabo, a lobbyist for the Immunization Partnership, a Katy-based nonprofit focused on eradicating vaccine-preventable diseases."VAERS receives reports of many adverse events that occur after vaccination.Some occur coincidentally following vaccination, while others may be caused by vaccination," CDC says.