Originally Posted by AbbyGrant
That is their opinion. They did not prove that or do a study about that. I'm "ignoring" it for that reason. And notice I didn't creatively snip it out of the paragraph. I posted it. I'm not trying to hide anything here. By the researchers own admission, their study did not prove anything and only created a hypothesis. Period.
This is also the opinion - that there are significant unanswered questions about vaccine adjuvants and safety, reactions, autism, autoimmune disorders -- is also the same opinion Ratajczak has, and Bernadine Healy had, and Dr. Sears (? not sure if he calls for more research but he admits a lot is unknown?), and countless other pediatricians, drs, researchers, thousands and thousands of parents, vaccine safety advocate organizations, etc. that all usually get discounted and ignored by "pro-pro" vax in .2 seconds.
"we have no evidence that there is an issue" -ok, well you have researchers, drs, phds writing papers and presenting issues which have not be sufficiently studied. If you want to ignore that then there NEVER will be anymore evidence whether or not some of the issues we have brought up are true problems or not. Ignoring something does not mean it does not exist, and if studies are never done, how the heck will anything ever been found? My opinion is that quite enough already has been found or put forth to warrant much more concern than is officially displayed.
Even this thing I linked earlier about aluminum toxicity brings this up.: "It has also been linked to vaccine-associated macrophagic myofasciitis and chronic fatigue syndrome, thus highlighting the potential dangers associated with aluminum-containing adjuvants as described recently. " http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/165315-overview
The law review I spoke of earlier was calling for congress and official investigation into VICP and the autism cases already compensated in vax court.
Do you want to keep ignoring these things? That's fine I guess. Don't expect some of us to.
If Paul Offit or AAP admitted that maybe there is question in adjuvant safety or possible autism/vax link, we wouldn't be having this conversation.
Seems like until they do, some of you will not believe there could be possibility of any issue. And while the research/hypotheses put forward are marginalized, ignored, or maligned and discounted, nothing is going to change.