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Actually, at this point it is fairly simple. Do a follow up study comparing the outcomes of the children of women who received various vaccines during pregnancy against the children of women who did not. Match each woman against another woman with similar characteristics. Evaluate every child for health problems of any variety. See if there are any longer term problems. With early intervention, most developmental problems are spotted by age 3, so for the flu vaccine, at least, we could get a picture of whether the vaccines are interfering with normal development.
The fact that no such study has been done or is in the works to be done is very telling, to me.
But the vaccines have been pushed during pregnancy, so the data exists. It should be reviewed.