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PubMed study questioning the safety and efficacy of the HPV vaccines. Abstract HPV vaccine clinical trials design, and data interpretation of both efficacy and safety outcomes, were largely inadequate...selective reporting of results from clinical trials... the widespread optimism regarding HPV vaccines long-term benefits appears to rest on a number of unproven assumptions...the claim that HPV vaccination will result in approximately 70% reduction of cervical cancers is made despite the fact that the clinical trials data have not demonstrated to date that the vaccines have actually prevented a single case of cervical cancer more...

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Sean Niemi describes his painful battle for his rights to refuse vaccination while serving in the army. A right protected not only by the constitution, but by army regulation AR 40-562. more...

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Overinformed Refusal Has to be Stopped November 28, 2011 by genericFiled under: News, Parents' Pages, Vaccine Myths  And Sanofi Pasteur is taking action with their new web-site. The ImmYounity(SM) campaign provides consumer-friendly, accurate and science-based information about immunization that can be easily accessed at www.vaccines.com. The site contains useful facts and resources, including visuals that can be easily shared via social media and email, and is supplemented by educational brochures offered for use by health-care providers. more...

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Written by Parents? Based on Science? December 5, 2011 by genericFiled under: News, Parents' Pages, Reviews of web-sites, Vaccine Myths, Vaccine Science  This is our second post reviewing the new pro-vaccine site brought to you by Sanofi Pasteur.  In our first post we followed up on the claim that the site is science-based. In this one we’ll have a look at claimed authorship and continue our search for scientific references to back-up their declarations. On the “About ImmYounity” page it is claimed that the information on the site is written by fellow parents: more...

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Sandy Gottstein dissects an article in the New England Journal of Medicine attacking so-called "antivaccinationists". In her piece she picks apart the arguments about the whooping cough outbreaks, the dismissal of parents with valid vaccination safety concerns and the usual slam at Dr. Wakefield and misrepresentation of his Lancet paper. more...

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Hilary Butler examines the problems surrounding adverse event reporting in India: "What happens when paediatricians take a look at the disease incidence in their own country and decide that certain vaccines are not justified on epidemiological grounds?  Nothing, So long as they keep their mouths shut.  What happens when they look into the use of certain vaccines, and find that reactions are being covered up?  Nothing." more...

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Inside Vaccines examines the often-touted statistics that the CDC uses about vaccine successes. Are these numbers based on facts? Where do they come from? more...

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KidZui Mom discusses the issues surrounding making an informed decision whether or not to vaccinate: "If you had asked me five years ago (when I was pregnant with our first child) if I believed in childhood vaccines, I would have looked at you like you had a set of horns growing from your head. “Of course, I believe in them! Don’t YOU? It’s our duty to protect our children from those diseases!” However soon she began to have questions which she goes into in this interesting blog post. more...

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The British Medical Journal is not known as a publication that normally pushes boundaries. Indeed, by allowing the publication of Brian Deer’s series of articles vilifying and slandering Dr Andrew Wakefield by calling his work on links between MMR vaccines and autism fraudulent without also informing readers of their own very strong links with the [...] more...

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J. D. Heyes discusses the history behind the Polio vaccine and its contamination with the cancer-causing SV40 virus. more...

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Taking steps to care for vaccines' victims AS a baby, Jacob McCarthy swallowed a spoonful of vaccine given by his doctor to protect him from polio. Unfortunately the vaccine that was supposed to protect him from the potential harms of contracting polio gave him the very symptoms that it was meant to prevent including paralysis. more...

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The CDC list of "Vaccine Preventable Childhood Diseases". The page lists the standard diseases and links to further information. Along with the information is this statement: "The following vaccine-preventable diseases, not long ago, disabled and killed millions of American children." more...

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"Use caution when administering ProQuad to children with a history of cerebral injury or seizures or any other condition in which stress due to fever should be avoided. (5.2)" I"m just wondering what a "history of cerebral injury" is. more...

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The UK stops the ineffective pneumonia vaccine while the U.S., which has the highest infant vaccination rate, was found to have the worst infant death rate. more...

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Nearly 80 percent of parents are uncomfortable about having their children vaccinated, according to a survey analyzed by researchers at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Vaccine Program Office. more...

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