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The United States Supreme Court has decided to hear Bruesewitz v. Wyeth,  a case where the Bruesewitz family says there should be legal recourse beyond the administrative process set up by the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act

The minor plaintiff suffered seizures two hours after receiving her six-month DPT vaccine in 1992.  The seizures caused permanent neurological damage.  The Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the Bruesewitz family.

The USSC docket number is 09-152.   The issue is stated as follows:

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