1. Meg Lyons Meg Lyons United Kingdom says:

    The article cites ‘just because shingles occurred after the vaccine doesn’t mean the vaccine caused the outbreak” let’s just flip that and say there’s also not enough evidence to say that the vaccine did not (or completely rule out) cause the shingles outbreak.
    The data will not be significant enough to create / confirm / validate the link for some time, and that in itself makes the article useless

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