Originally Posted by teacozy
So if they did this study (lets say for the sake of argument that it was done by a NVer) and they found absolutely no difference in the health of the vaccinated vs unvaccinated animals then what? Would you go out and vaccinate your kids? Would the debate be over? Somehow I seriously doubt it....
I would like to see what happens first. If the study is good, with no COI, even from the no-vax side, then it would be something to consider.
It might put an end to a lot of questions and uncertainty that many of us have with the vaccine program.
Of course, I think the study would be damaging to the vaccine program. Many animals already experience vaccine related injuries and health problems, and that is one reason I think it's happening with humans as well. But, since there is no such study, all we can do is speculate.
I could do my own animal study on mice, rats, and chicks, but I don't know how to adjust their injections to match an equivalent human schedule. If someone else could come up with this info, I would like to do my own study. Of course, the results would only be important to me, since nobody else would ever accept my results (understandably!). It would help me though, lol! And it might be a good idea for my son's science fair project when he enters high school.
I've been asking for a study like this for several years now, and I still don't see one in the works, even from the "no-vax" side.