- Feb 13, 2015
Yes.Actual studies. That is what I read. Not the spin on the studies, but the studies themselves.
I did not ask you to cite a news source.THen what exactly would you consider a unbiased news source? Unfortunately everything these days is biased one way. It doesn't matter if its biased one way if it shares the TRUTH.
Granted I was not clear but I did not specifically ask for a news source either.
News is not my reference for science facts. They are typically biased and slanted and they like a good headline. They publish bits that seem extreme until you look at the actual data.
First NO death is a good death. And lets look at your "source" 7800 injuries, 181 deaths. Nu Again which we don't actually know are in any way directly related to the vaccine. If I saw that headline I would be aghast. And because know headlines are there for attention grabbing I look deeper. I hate numbers cited in a vacuum. Only thing I hate more that doesn't include the numbers not reported. So I dug deeper
100 million vaccine doses in the US, 7800 injuries reported (of which it is unknown if the are at all related to the vaccine, nor how severe) that’s 0.0078%
181 deaths (of which it is unknown if related to the vaccine) 0.000181 %,
These are not numerous, comparatively.