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Are vaccine-makers held accountable?

A recent Wall Street Journal article highlighted that a law protecting product liability claims against vaccine-makers has an effect of making those pharmaceutical companies less accountable. They are subject to a special “vaccine court,” which has the effect of buffering makers of vaccines from much of the product liability lawsuit risk that faces traditional drug manufacturers. The law guarding vaccine makers was created in the framework that vaccines are different from any other products.

To read more about the vaccine courts.