When it comes to vaccinations, trust facts not word of mouth
South Sound parents who are shuffling their children off for the first day of classes today can take comfort in a new study that finds that childhood vaccines are generally safe and that troublesome side effects are rare.
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Since: Jan 07
#1 Sep 7, 2011
Trust facts, not anti vaxxers.
#2 Sep 7, 2011
Yeah my azz,
It is very solid, autism is caused by vaccination. All you have to do is to research and read the facts of thousands of families reporting the same pathology of autism shortly after vaccination.
IOM is brother of BMJ. But did you know that BMJ is corrupted, they have links to Merck and GSK. Did you know that Murdoch son sits on GSK board? Is'nt that conflict of interest?
Put your children health in organisations that you trust. Do you trust BMJ or IOM when their researchers and board members get compnesated financialy by private pharma, being the manufacturers of vaccines themselves.
Do your research and make your own conclusion.
#3 Sep 7, 2011
What facts? Scare-mongering, greedy Pharma scumbags care nothing about facts.
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