1. Michael Harris Michael Harris United States says:

    I've read & re-read the article re: clinical outcomes via Pregnancies in Scotland & the apparent risk of outcomes btw vaccinated & non-vaccinated women. Did anyone catch the date that was used. 2015? Was this a mistake?
      Also, why was there almost a 3x increase in number of participants in the un-vaccinated population, compared to the vaccinated?
    Also, there's other factors that could have changed the outcome of this study. Ex: Medical conditions of the mother, pre-natal care, drug use, etc.

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