Firstly this exceptionally honest and non biased medical article came into my sphere of awareness today. it is a good read.
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Vaccines are argued by people who hang on to an extreme view either side instead of a middle ground that accepts the pros and cons and that we have a lot more research to do. This specially relates to why some population groups are susceptible to side effects (? genetics? gut microbiome? impact of multiple vaccines, adjuvant side effects etc) and why the vaccines may be impacting the development of natural immunity to the right things and so on. We have a lot of questions in the field of vaccine science and to claim that vaccines are safe is not a done deal at all!
We don’t know enough… and we know quite a bit, and we need to know more to protect sensitive populations from extreme and life changing adverse effects. Period. Don’t argue here… just read and add it to your repertoire of knowledge…
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And this science article documents some of the areas we must keep exploring… it is also a good but complex read; because it is complex! This is the type of reading I suspect many on the PRO fence are not reading.
Adversomics: a new paradigm for vaccine safety and design
Despite the enormous population benefits of routine vaccination, vaccine adverse events and reactions, whether real or perceived, have posed one of the greatest barriers to vaccine acceptance—and thus to infectious disease prevention—worldwide. A truly integrated clinical, translational, and basic science approach is required to understand the mechanisms behind vaccine adverse events, predict them, and then apply this knowledge to new vaccine design approaches that decrease, or avoid, these events. The term “adversomics” was first introduced in 2009 and refers to the study of vaccine adverse reactions using immunogenomics and systems biology approaches. In this review, we present the current state of adversomics research, review known associations and mechanisms of vaccine adverse events/reactions, and outline a plan for the further development of this emerging research field.
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Thanks for opening your mind.