Vaccines and Credible Sources of Information
When it comes to vaccines and their safety and effectiveness, who do you rely on to provide you with credible information? Many cite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as their go-to source for reliable information regarding vaccines. After all, the CDC is often viewed as a watchdog looking over public health and its recommendations and instruction are usually enforced by law. It receives credibility from physicians and healthcare providers as well. Yet, if the CDC serves as a dependable source, why is there so much controversy and heavy debate over vaccines and their safety? Are we to be impressed with the information provided by the CDC for these reasons alone?
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention takes a stance
The CDC stands firm behind its word that vaccines are safe and effective at preventing illness and do not put individuals at risk. In fact, they have even declared vaccinations to be one of the greatest public health achievements of the twentieth century. However, parents have raised much concern and scientists such as Mark Geier have conducted extensive research to show that vaccines can cause adverse effects such as neurodevelopmental and autoimmune disorders. But according to the CDC, these theories are unfounded.
Fraudulent Vaccine Studies Showing Safety
In an effort to demonstrate that vaccines are safe,fake id, the CDC has conducted a number of studies regarding vaccine safety and draw the same conclusion that vaccines pose no threats. However, in 2014, Dr. William Thompson of the CDC revealed that one of the main studies the CDC used to demonstrate that vaccines are safe and not connected to autism actually withheld crucial information. According to Dr. Thompson, data showed that the MMR vaccine increased the likelihood of autism among African- American boys. Dr. Thompson was a co-author of the study. After this was revealed, the mainstream media did not even consider digging deeper into it and ultimately ignored the story.Scannable Fake IDs ,If we can’t trust the CDC to provide factual information from studies, how can we trust their assessment of vaccine safety?
Conflicts of Interest and The CDC.
Another reason the CDC’s claim that vaccines are safe should be called into question is because the CDC has received millions of dollars in industry gifts and funding since 1983. Many question the science and clinical guidelines cited and promoted by the CDC as well. The CDC receives heavy funding from the pharmaceutical industry,fake id websites, which many believe alters the outcome of research.
While the CDC is intended to protect public health, they seem to be doing very little in regards to vaccinations.