Vaccines do not require randomized control trials.
Data is critical for decision-making for pharmacists. Yet, we are urged to turn a blind eye to the fact that vaccines are not required to undergo randomized controlled trials as drugs are.
In fact, there has never been a study that demonstrates that vaccinated children have significantly less disease burden than unvaccinated children.
I get it. Some drugs are old. Grandfather in the polio vaccine and approve it through the FDA. But do not expect me, as a data driven pharmacist, to inject an unverified vaccine – such as the flu vaccine – into every woman, including pregnant women, every man, including vulnerable populations, and every child, including infants, without raising an eyebrow.
If you criticize essential oils for lacking RCT testing, should you not also criticize vaccines for the same? For people in favor of mandatory vaccines, who fear that an unvaccinated person may infect a vaccinated person, doesn’t this conclude that vaccines do not work?
Adverse drug effects happen.
I accept that, and I am willing to accept that vaccines may cause adverse effects. Butsome the fact that drug manufacturers can hide behind the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act is criminal. The regulating bodies are not holding the drug companies accountable for harm caused by their products. Instead, tax payers fund a special vaccine court that pays out compensation to people who have suffered adverse effects. Have you known someone who has suffered an adverse drug event from a vaccine?
Ingredient quality is questionable.
There are many questionable ingredients in vaccines, including: aluminum salts, formaldehyde, formalin, monosodium glutamate (MSG), phenol. Additionally, many contain animal products, such as fetal bovine and horse serum, egg, mouse, dog, and monkey cells, and gelatin, and are therefore unsuitable to vegans.
Even more concerning is the inclusion of human fetal cells. Currently, there are multiple vaccines (Hep A, MMR, Varicella, Zoster, Adenovirus, Rabies) that contain one of two human cell cultures dating back to the 1960s that originated from two aborted fetuses. For many people this poses a major ethical problem.
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