11-18-2012, 08:40 AM
Join Date: Apr 2010
I agree some studies are conducted in this manner, but all vaccine related side affects are recorded this way. Something happens after you get a vaccine, and it's reported as being possibly due to the vaccine. So I don't think they're saying it positively was due to the vaccine, but it's a possibility.
Originally Posted by z2akids
I am honestly on the fence about this one for a number of personal reasons. However, a blog post like that is not one of them. There is no good research and a variety of illogical conclusions and statements made that do not impress me in terms of their validity.
The whole thing come across like this:
My Catholic Church has Mass at 7:30 On Sunday
Sunday is a day of the week
You have to be awake to go to Mass
All living people wake up on some day of the week
Therefore until scientists can disprove it All people are Catholic
Not true, terrible logic and basically the conclusions in that blog are drawn the same way -
one of the ingredients in the vaccine has been given to mice. a mouse whose mother received it while pg had problems with its overies. Therefore, unless proven otherwise it is obvious that the reason this girl had problems with her ovaries is because she received this vaccine herself. -- Not logical, proven or supportable.
And I find it very disturbing that not all ingredients were tested. If I'm going to shoot a chemical into my body, I want to know that what's in it is safe! And I'd you don't test, or don't release the reports, I could never take it.
Erica, Catholic homeschooling mama of 4 sweet kiddos!
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