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US Supreme Court agrees to consider scope of pre-emption of childhood vaccine injury law

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The US Supreme Court said in a one-sentence order on March 8th that it has granted review to the plaintiffs in a case known as Bruesewitz v Wyeth, a test of the scope of the pre-emption provision of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986.

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