There is no real scientific evidence to lend credence to the claim that fetal cell DNA in vaccines — if it is there in significant quantities — is enough to cause problems.
The Washington Post published a three-part series on vaccines last month. We collaborated with them on…
A quick round-up of videos from around the world on vaccine-related issues.
Anti-vaccine people and organizations have spread the lie that fetal DNA is somehow in vaccines, and that it cause harm… Or that it’s immoral to use those vaccines. Not so.
Influenza is a serious respiratory infection that is easily transmittable. While the vaccine against it is not the best it can be, it is still something. Detainees at immigration centers will not get the vaccine, and this could be dangerous to public health.