AAP'S Big Lies About Vac­cine Safety

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On Fe­bru­ary 7, 2017, the Amer­i­can Academy of Pe­di­atrics (AAP), a vac­cine in­dus­try lob­by­ing and pres­sure group, sent a let­ter to Trump protest­ing the for­ma­tion of a Vac­cine Safety Com­mis­sion. They in­cluded a list of 41 pub­lished stud­ies which the AAP claim prove that vac­cines are safe and ef­fec­tive.

The AAP stated: "Claims that vac­cines are un­safe when ad­min­is­tered ac­cord­ing to expert rec­om­men­da­tions have been dis­proven by a ro­bust body of med­i­cal lit­er­a­ture."

This was a big fat lie and is proven a lie by hun­dreds of peer-re­viewed sci­en­tific stud­ies that show pro­found risks from vac­cines and even the warn­ings re­quired to be in­cluded with vac­cines.

A new or­ga­ni­za­tion formed by con­cerned sci­en­tists, doc­tors, jour­nal­ists, and par­ents that is call­ing it­self the "Vac­cine Safety Com­mis­sion" has thor­oughly de­bunked the AAP claims and pro­vided their own list of 50 pub­lished stud­ies that ex­pose vac­cine risks.

In their de­bunk­ing of the AAP claims they point out some of the de­fi­cien­cies in the 41 stud­ies, in­clud­ing:

A study writ­ten by a felon wanted by the FBI

A study which has been dis­avowed by one of its au­thors who ad­mits that vi­tal data was left out that sup­ported a link be­tween vac­cines and autism.

One of the stud­ies ac­tu­ally shows a link be­tween autism and vac­ci­na­tions

Many of the other stud­ies pre­sented by the AAP were in­dus­try funded and sus­pect, were poorly de­signed or con­tra­dicted by other more re­li­able stud­ies.

The AAP was one of the or­ga­ni­za­tion which pres­sured Congress to ex­empt vac­cine man­u­fac­tur­ers from prod­uct li­a­bil­ity.

The AAP also claims that pes­ti­cides are good for ba­bies and tried to block a sim­ple video that en­cour­aged peo­ple to re­duce their chances of get­ting the flu by wash­ing their hands be­cause the video did not pro­mote flu vac­cines strongly enough.

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