We know the risks of dying from the MMR vaccine (extremely rare) vs measles (low), so why would there be a debate about this in the BMJ?
Oh, there isn’t…
You might think that there is because the so-called Physicians for Informed Consent issued a press release touting an electronic comment (a rapid response) to the editor of the BMJ.
Are dueling letter’s to the editor considered a debate?
Interestingly, even Peter Gøtzsche, who has raised concerns about HPV vaccines and who has never gotten a flu shot, thinks that Shira Miller’s arguments against the measles vaccine are spurious and absurd.
Maybe that’s why she has to use fake press releases to try and persuade folks that her ideas aren’t ridiculous.
Of course, that just more obviously marks them as anti-vaccine propaganda.
More on the Risk of Dying from the MMR Vaccine Vs Measles
- Are There Any Long-Term Studies On Vaccine Safety?
- Remembering Measles
- Why Are You Still Worried About the MMR Vaccine?
- Is the MMR Vaccine Licensing Being Called into Question?
- More About Measles Deaths in the United States
- How Many People Have Died from Measles in 2019?
- Why Do We Include SSPE When Counting Measles Deaths?
- Who Dies with Measles?
- The Myth That Measles Isn’t Deadly
- How Many People Die in the USA Every Year from Being Vaccinated?
- Did the Measles Vaccine Have Only a Meager Effect on Deaths?
- Why Have We Forgotten About the Importance of Vaccination Against Measles?
- Fun and Games with Measles?
- Yep, measles is still a killing disease
- Measles Doesn’t Kill, Except When It Does
- Cruel delayed death from measles