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No Studies to Prove Vaccines are Safe

I wonder if the CDC has conducted or facilitated a study comparing vaccinated children yet… have you done that? We have actually done a number of studies looking at the relationship between Thimerosal vaccines and autism and other developmental disabilities. There have been, over the last decade, numerous studies looking at the relationship between and aspects… That the CDC conducted? Some of them were conducted by the CDC and others were conducted by... How many would you say, would you estimate? I would actually have to check with the specific numbers, but I know there were two… one large study looking at various neurodevelopmental disorders, and the second one that focused specifically on autism. Those were fairly recently. Do you believe additional study will provide useful data in assessing the safety of childhood vaccines?

7 Responses to No Studies to Prove Vaccines are Safe

  1. NOCPOSTS Reply

    February 3, 2017 at 2:32 pm

    The video was from the Nov. 2012 hearing. Thank you for mentioning the IOM 2013 report. The IOM report brief (4 pages) is probably what most people read and download. I found the full IOM 2013 report and few will probably read all the way to the summary, containing the extraordinary passage that you posted. Here is what I found astonishing and also not covered in the report brief. This is very misleading and it’s no wonder why they think proponents of safety are ‘anti-science’.

    “The committee encountered two major issues in its review of the findings in the scientific literature. First, the concept of the immunization “schedule” is not well developed. Most vaccine-related research focuses on the outcomes of single immunizations or combinations of vaccines administered at a single visit. Although each new vaccine is evaluated in the context of the overall immunization schedule that existed at the time of review of that vaccine, elements of the schedule are not evaluated once it is adjusted to accommodate a new vaccine. Thus, key elements of the entire schedule—the number, frequency, timing, order, and age at administration of vaccines—have not been systematically examined in research studies.

    The second major issue that the committee encountered was uncertainty over whether the scientific literature has addressed all health outcomes and safety concerns. The committee could not tell whether its list was complete or whether a more comprehensive system of surveillance might have been able to identify other outcomes of potential significance to vaccine safety. In addition, the conditions of concern to some stakeholders, such as immunologic, neurologic, and developmental problems, are illnesses and conditions for which etiologies, in general, are not well understood.

  2. Mack Reply

    February 3, 2017 at 9:44 am

    It’s a shame to think that we could have gained so much more information if the committee member just had more time.

  3. Gems Gram Reply

    February 2, 2017 at 9:59 pm

    Former Director of National Institutes of Health, Dr. James Shannon said, “The only safe vaccine is a vaccine that is never used.”

    Former US Surgeon General, Leonard Scheele, addressing an AMA convention; “No batch of vaccine can be proved safe before it is given to children.”

    “There is a great deal of evidence to prove that immunization of children does more harm than good.” Dr. J Anthony Morris, former Chief Vaccine Control Officer at the FDA.

    US Representative Ron Paul, MD said, “When we give government the power to make medical decisions for us, we in essence, accept that the state owns our bodies.”

    “The vaccinations are not working, and they are dangerous. We should be working with nature.” Lendon H Smith, MD

  4. RICHARD L. BRANDON, MD Reply

    February 2, 2017 at 4:05 pm

    The CDC was caught and exposed for falsifying the study that did show a relationship between MMR and autism. Just google: “VAXXED”

  5. MAJ. Jesse Carnes Reply

    February 2, 2017 at 12:34 pm

    As Dr. Russell Blaylock, MD, states: “If you ask the Federal Government for a Grant study, which compares NON-vaccinated children [eg Amish kids] with Vaccinated children … you will NOT get a grant. The outcome is clear: Non-vaccinated children are strong as oxes, and Vaccinated ones are not.”

  6. Robert L . Wachsmuth s Reply

    February 2, 2017 at 12:24 pm

    50 years of Vaccine Fraud , Trying to contact the Census data Bureau to see how many family’s have been Exterminated buy the American Medical Association .Medical Examiners offices Controlled by the Drug Industry , Dumping Tens of thousands of body’s every year no Investigations . MURDER HEALTH CARE SYSTEM .

  7. RichCoulter Reply

    February 2, 2017 at 11:29 am

    Shame they didn’t quote directly from the IOM’s 2013 report (ddin’t check the date of the video) that acknowledges the following:

    “In summary, few studies have comprehensively assessed the association between the entire immunization schedule or variations in the overall schedule and categories of health outcomes, and no study has directly examined health outcomes and stakeholder concerns in precisely the way that the committee was charged to address in its statement of task. No studies have compared the differences in health outcomes that some stakeholders questioned between entirely unimmunized populations of children and fully immunized children. Experts who addressed the committee pointed not to a body of evidence that had been overlooked but rather to the fact that existing research has not been designed to test the entire immunization schedule.

    The committee believes that although the available evidence is reassuring, studies designed to examine the long-term effects of the cumulative number of vaccines or other aspects of the immunization schedule have not been conducted”

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