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post #341 of 345
I'd be interested in some documentation of the assertion that infection rates are higher in vaccinated children. Also that the adverse event rate is five times higher than infection rates (I assume you mean in the post vaccine era for both of these claims? For all vaccines/diseases?)
post #342 of 345
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Originally Posted by Rrrrrachel View Post

I'd be interested in some documentation of the assertion that infection rates are higher in vaccinated children. Also that the adverse event rate is five times higher than infection rates (I assume you mean in the post vaccine era for both of these claims? For all vaccines/diseases?)

 

None of the research I've seen has any good evidence of a higher infection rate in vaccinated children. And in every case I've found the rate of serious adverse reactions to vaccinations is lower than the rate at which unvaccinated children catch the VPD.... and of course that latter would increase even more if many more people declined vaccination. 

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None of the research I've seen has any good evidence of a higher infection rate in vaccinated children. And in every case I've found the rate of serious adverse reactions to vaccinations is lower than the rate at which unvaccinated children catch the VPD.... and of course that latter would increase even more if many more people declined vaccination. 

But you have no idea what the real rate of serious adverse reactions to vaccinations is, because they are so often not recognized and therefore not reported.

post #344 of 345
That's not true taxi. There are lots of ways to estimate the rate of adverse events other than reporting through vaers.
post #345 of 345
Yeah I was thinking more results from clinical trials. Is the reactions are so rare as to not be caught in them, well then. Already have my answer.
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