Vaccines have rare adverse effects, b...

Vaccines have rare adverse effects, but not autism, diabetes, Institute of Medicine says

There are 1 comment on the Deseret News story from Aug 26, 2011, titled Vaccines have rare adverse effects, but not autism, diabetes, Institute of Medicine says. In it, Deseret News reports that:

While a link between autism and vaccines has been debunked, some people do experience adverse health effects from vaccines.

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Bee-ess

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Aug 29, 2011
Institute of medicine lines its pockets with money from Pharma. Of course they lie for them too.

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