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The '''Vaccine Safety Datalink Project (VSD)''' is a project claiming to seek to increase knowledge about [[vaccine]] [[adverse events]].
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The '''Vaccine Safety Datalink Project (VSD)''' is a project claiming to seek to increase knowledge about the [[vaccine]] [[adverse events]].
  
The [[Centers for Disease Control and Prevention]] have formed partnerships with eight large health Management Organizations (HMOs) to continually evaluate vaccine safety. The project contains data on more than 6 million people. Medical records are monitored for potential adverse events following [[immunization]].  
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The [[Centers for Disease Control and Prevention]] have formed partnerships with eight large health management organizations (HMOs) to continually evaluate vaccine safety. The project contains data on more than 6 million people. Medical records are monitored for potential adverse events following [[immunization]].  
  
 
The VSD project is supposed to allow for planned vaccine safety studies as well as timely investigations of hypothesis.<ref>http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/about/terms/glossary.htm#v</ref>
 
The VSD project is supposed to allow for planned vaccine safety studies as well as timely investigations of hypothesis.<ref>http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/about/terms/glossary.htm#v</ref>

Revision as of 04:34, 24 July 2009

The Vaccine Safety Datalink Project (VSD) is a project claiming to seek to increase knowledge about the vaccine adverse events.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have formed partnerships with eight large health management organizations (HMOs) to continually evaluate vaccine safety. The project contains data on more than 6 million people. Medical records are monitored for potential adverse events following immunization.

The VSD project is supposed to allow for planned vaccine safety studies as well as timely investigations of hypothesis.[1]

References

  1. http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/about/terms/glossary.htm#v