The story of the CDC Whistleblower is perhaps one of the biggest anti-vaccine conspiracy theories yet.
Vaccines don’t cause autism. Continuing to push the idea that they do is harmful to autistics.
Although so-called alternative immunization schedules have been pushed by ‘vaccine friendly’ or disease friendly pediatricians for years, including Bob Sears and Jay Gordon, it is important to keep in mind that they are completely untested. Remember, there is no official alternative immunization schedule that you can follow. At best, you can follow a non-standard, parent-selected, …
The CDC advises that “all significant adverse events that occur after vaccination of adults and children, even if you are not sure whether the vaccine caused the adverse event.”