1. Cyrus Stark Cyrus Stark United States says:

    This article is misleading for a few reasons. But the largest would be using VAERS as your source.

    VAERS, does not require claims to be verified. All the require is a statement, and a different part of the CDC follows up on it. VAERS does not require proof of causation, a different database in the CDC determines that.

    Using the VAERS database to gather results from, is intellectually dishonest.

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