Few people deny that vaccine injury is real.
Vaccine injuries, while rare, are certainly real.
What Is Vaccine Injury Denial?
Again though, vaccine injuries are rare.
“Vaccine Injury Denialism is rampant across the mainstream media, where child-abusing vaccine pushers like the New York Times, Washington Post and CNN deliberately contribute to the holocaust of vaccine injuries now devastating humanity’s children. Sadly, the same denialism about the alarming growth in medical injuries caused by vaccines is also endemic across universities, science journals and medical schools, where doctors are indoctrinated into a kind of “Flat Earth” denialism of vaccine injury reality.”
Mike Adams on Vaccine Injury Denialism is the denial of fundamental human dignity
Claims of vaccine injury denial come when we are skeptical or don’t believe that anything and everything is a vaccine injury.
For example, in some circles, if you point out that vaccines do not cause asthma, ADHD, autism, Celiac disease, diabetes, eczema, food allergies, infertility, multiple sclerosis, POTS, SIDS, or transverse myelitis, etc., then claims of vaccine injury denial begin to fly.
“IMAGINE YOU LIVE IN A COUNTRY in which a minority of people are taken in the middle of the night, and beaten, kicked, poisoned, half-drowned… they are crippled for life, maimed, and they are expected to accept a doctor’s or a judge’s view that “It wasn’t the Gestapo” or “It’s not even an injury”.
Imagine that minority amounted to tens of millions of people.
Now imagine that these victims are lured into traps by their own doctors with promises of medicine that will prevent illness – but in reality the doctors are paid for every patient they manage to convince to show up – and the doctors determine which injuries they caused and which were just “coincidences”.
Now imagine the media is primed to tell the world that no such injuries ever occur. Now your neighbors are denying it, calling you crazy for thinking there is a link…”
James Lyons-Weiler on Should Vaccine Risk/Injury Denial Be Prosecutable Offenses?
It is because of research and science, understanding the difference between correlation and causation, and more research. And we understand that vaccines are both passively and actively monitored for side effects.
Vaccine injuries, although real, are rare.
What to Know About Vaccine Injury Denial
Anti-vaccine folks like to claim that anyone who doesn’t believe that vaccines cause all of their vaccine-induced diseases are part of a conspiracy of vaccine injury denial.
More on Vaccine Injury Denial
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- Study – Kawasaki disease after vaccination: reports to the vaccine adverse event reporting system 1990-2007
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- CDC – Hepatitis B Vaccine and Multiple Sclerosis
- Vaccines and Autism: A Tale of Shifting Hypotheses
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- Vaccines and autism: A thorough review of the evidence
- Studies that show no link between vaccines and autism
- Are there 131 Papers That Support Vaccine/Autism Causation?
- Nick Catone’s son dies tragically – blaming vaccines with no evidence
- Debunking myths about vaccine testing and safety
- The Science Behind Vaccine Research and Testing
- Mike Adams, a.k.a. the Health Ranger, a health scamster profiled
- James Lyons-Weiler and Leslie Manookian are still battling for the title of Most Antivaccine Crank
- There’s A Fine Line Between Skepticism and Science Denial. Know the Difference.
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