Pro vs. Anti- Will The Forbidden Discussion Ever Happen?

There is a “forbidden” conversation in medicine. But why? If evidence was on the side of pro-vaccines then why not simply answer the questions of those who question or disagree with vaccinations? 

There is a reality of why someone wouldn’t want to engage in a conversation, simply because they lack the evidence to prove their point when faced with knowledgable people who are willing to ask the critical questions. 

In this discussion, well there was originally supposed to be a discussion, but like so often the discussion was “postponed” or dismissed. So I took the time to respond to the pro-vaccine arguments with the best available research that we all have access to. 

They may choose to remain silent or refuse to discuss this issue openly, but we will always speak out to warn people about the harms of vaccines! 

Related Videos:

This is the video that started all the comments on Instagram.

A Critical Review of a CDC Reference Study (Flu Vaccine and Pregnancy)

Resources / References:

2 of Tyler’s References he mentioned on Instagram: (Tyler posted more but Dr. Dale was only able to cover these specific articles.) 

Influenza Vaccine Given to Pregnant Women Reduces Hospitalization Due to Influenza in Their Infants

Influenza immunization during pregnancy: Benefits for mother and infant

Dr. Dale’s References:

Trivalent influenza vaccination randomized control trial of pregnant women and adverse fetal outcomes

Assessment of temporally-related acute respiratory illness following influenza vaccination

Association of spontaneous abortion with receipt of inactivated influenza vaccine containing H1N1pdm09 in 2010–11 and 2011–12

Thimerosal and Vaccines

Verstraeten Emails:

Increased risk of developmental neurologic impairment after high exposure to thimerosal-containing vaccine in first month of life.


Boyle CDC Internal Email- What happens if you do this?

Verstraeten CDC Internal Email- Disprove an Unpleasant Theory

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