Also Beebs just having a scan re: Rotavirus vaccines. RotaTeq is actually the vaccine used to replace the one which had unacceptably high rates of intussusception. The problematic one was Rotashield. With estimated rates of 1 in 12,000 affected.
Many apologies for the wiki quote - it wouldn't stand up in an assessment, I know! But I'm sure the reference trail can be verified by those with more time.In 1998, a rotavirus vaccine (RotaShield, by Wyeth) was licensed for use in the United States. Clinical trials in the United States, Finland, and Venezuela had found it to be 80 to 100% effective at preventing severe diarrhea caused by rotavirus A, and researchers had detected no statistically significant serious adverse effects. The manufacturer of the vaccine, however, withdrew it from the market in 1999, after it was discovered that the vaccine may have contributed to an increased risk for intussusception, or bowel obstruction, in one of every 12,000 vaccinated infants.