Scientists Confirm Anti-Vaccine Sites Contain No Facts

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A new study found that despite the prevalence of websites encouraging parents not to vaccinate their children, two-thirds of the sites presented false or disproven information as scientific evidence, while others misinterpreted the findings of peer-reviewed medical papers on the subject. What do you think?

“How can something be incorrect if there’s a lot of it?”

Dean Retzer • Grant Writer

“I’m not concerned one way or the other. The field of pediatrics has always been cyclical in nature.”

Penne Legge • Feedback Solicitor


“Oh man, all those die-hard anti-vaxxers are going to be so embarrassed once they take a closer look at the facts.”

Roy Faulk • Rubber Harvester