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#1 of 3 Old 09-30-2012, 07:19 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Has anyone ever researched, or come across information on, what percentage of studies used to promote the safety and efficacy of vaccines are conflicted? I've always heard "most" or "all" of them are funded by pharmaceutical companies or organizations financially tied to them...but how true is this?

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Here is a link that illustrates the flaws and conflicts of intrest in the "big 14" safety/efficacy vaccine studies. Not quite what you're asking for, it focuses on Thimerasol and MMR; but its a start!

 

http://www.14studies.org/studies.html


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Here is a link that illustrates the flaws and conflicts of intrest in the "big 14" safety/efficacy vaccine studies. Not quite what you're asking for, it focuses on Thimerasol and MMR; but its a start!

http://www.14studies.org/studies.html

I've seen that one...but thank you! I had forgotten about it.

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