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On Nov. 7, a Congressional briefing was held by the Canary Party, an anti-vaccine Political Action Committee, to attack the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP), the U.S. program that compensates vaccine injuries. The briefing was billed as part of the run-up to a hearing that will supposedly be held by the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, although the hearing is not yet on the committee’s calendar.
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