Originally Posted by Marnica
So he's saying research should be free from conflict of interest and you have interpreted that to mean that information from any living soul who thinks vaccination may be of use or a good idea should be discounted. So there really is no quote to post. That was just your personal interpretation. Fair enough.
Yeah you're right. I misread
"the study should be published by researchers who have no direct or indirect conflicts of interest from their ties to  entities, academic, commercial or governmental, who directly or indirectly, actively promote vaccines, the development of vaccines, and/or inoculation programs using vaccines. "
"the study should be published by researchers who [do not] directly or indirectly, actively promote vaccines, the development of vaccines, and/or inoculation programs using vaccines. "
Still think it exclude any studies by any professional scientists though. If you want you can try to prove me wrong and find me an "academic or governmental entity" which employs scientists researching vaccines and their safety which does not at least indirectly promote vaccines in some way.
That will be your homework - mine will be to read more of the article. I have some comments on the length at which immunity lasts (from vaccines cf infection) which I just need to search out the references for. But it's Friday night here and I'm going to eat Chinese takeaway and watch TV. Interpret that as a diversion technique if you like. :)