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I am writing an article for a website about vaccines and I have sources but they are overwhelming. I was wondering if any of yous had some of your own trusted sources you'd recommend me look into for additional insight for my article. Whether they are through books, websites, or blogs I would very much appreciate any advice, suggestions, and recommendations. TIA!


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Could you be a little more specific about the purpose of your article? I have a running list of 200 + sources. Are you interested in the research habits and behavioral patterns of selective vaxxers? Or do you have specific questions pertaining to vaccine safety, science, policy, etc.?

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Its about vaccine safety and how vaccines are marketed and profited from. Sorry for taking so long to respond, LO got sick.

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Excuse the delay. I cannot C&P, (I usually painstakingly type out links lol.gif), but the first two places I would look to for vaccine safety are the CDC's Pink Book and the 2011 report from the Institutes of Medicine. You will have to search-engine both sources and may not have access to them until the government shut-down lifts. The Pink Book tends to be more candid about vaccine risks than the regular CDC Vaccine Information Sheets. The IoM Report covers the science backing vaccine safety *and* the gaps and unknowns.

A lot of vaccine critics recommend the VAERS database and VICP claims, but your most fanatical critics will try to dismiss all of those as co-een-kee-deenks. The National Vaccine Information Center keeps an interesting blog on VAERS data that may be worth invetstgating, though.

Can anyone else help out the OP?

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Thanks, I appreciate it very much.

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