Originally Posted by Devaskyla
|"Public health decisions need to be based on sound evidence. If this principle had been applied in the case of the MMR dispute, we would have avoided all this fuss."
What sound evidence are the vx manufacturers providing that vaxes don't cause harm? Oh yeah, none, because proof is only required if you're concerned about your kids health.
And that's the point, because this stupid study admitted that the evidence was incomplete with missing data insufficiently explained, so exactly what principle
is This doctor talking about? The shonky evidence the study admits to? The fact that pre license and post license data was totally inadequate???
Actually, the way I read it in the HTML , they located thousands of studies, whittled them down to 139 which looked to be reasonably 'scientific' and then ended up with a few handful about WHICH THEY STILL HAD RESERVATIONS...
So how Dr Stuckhead can say that they could have avoided the fuss by sticking to a principle which was never upheld in the first place, totally beats me.