IOM: Serious Adverse Events Rare With Vaccines
An Institute of Medicine, or IOM, comprehensive review of evidence regarding vaccines and adverse events is providing family physicians with one more resource they can use to reassure parents about the safety of vaccines.Full Story
#1 Sep 13, 2011
Yeah, the 70's and 80's autism was still 1 in 10,000.Between 1992 and 2001, 23 states had 1,000% increases, while 15 states has increases of 500% to 999%. I guess if you deny wrong doing, don't admit autism as vaccine injury, hide behind lawyers and blackmail governments for special protection like vaccine injury compensation plans, vaccine court, and blanket immunity from all forms of litigation, the vaccines onlt have rare injury outcomes. If you tell the truth however, you have millions of injury victims.
#2 Oct 20, 2011
I love this quote.
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