Vaccine Safety – Is The Science Settled?

Vaccine Safety – Is The Science Settled?

Governments, the pharmaceutical industry, and our health officials repeatedly claim that vaccines are the first pharmaceutical drug that is universally safe. We’re consistently told that the “science is settled” and that time for debate is over. But is science really settled?

At Informed Consent Network Canada, we’ve catalogued hundreds of studies showing adverse events resulting from vaccination. The toxicity and risks involved with vaccine ingredients. The fact that unlike all other pharmaceutical drugs, vaccines are the only type of drug that isn’t required to undergo randomized double-blind placebo-controlled study to prove safety and efficacy.

Arguably, vaccines have the least settled science in all of medicine. They have the least rigorous study, for the shortest periods of follow-up of any drug. Vaccine safety is far from being established. In the United States, as many as 50,000 adverse events are reported to their national Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). A study funded by the US Dept. Of Health and Human Services found that just 1% of all adverse events are actually reported to the VAERS system which means the true number of adverse events could be in the millions every year.

Worse yet, vaccines are not as effective as they are reported to be. In fact, “effective” is not even used in the literal sense for vaccines, but rather the theoretical sense. Throughout history and up until today outbreaks consistently occur in vaccinated populations highlighting the common issue of vaccine failure.

With the effectiveness of vaccines in question, and the safety of vaccines having never been established – to suggest that the science is settled defies rationality.

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