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John Lantos, MD, a pediatrician and bioethicist at the University of Chicago and the Center for practical Bioethics in Kansas City, Missouri. “The bottom line is that there’s still a lot we don’t know about vaccine safety and the long-term effects of vaccines on the body’s immune system. It’s on of those topics where there is fundamental disagreement even about what counts as a fact. We don’t know if giving vaccine in combination with other vaccines is safe. We don’t know if the aluminum and formaldehyde found in measurable quantities in some vaccines and injected intramuscularly into our bodies has a negative health consequences. Because the studies of autism and vaccines do not include control groups of large enough numbers of completely unvaccinated children, it is disingenuous of scientists and the mainstream press to claim that he link between autism and vaccines has been disproved. When public health officials dismiss parental concern without adequately studying them, there is an erosion of public trust.”

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