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More anti-vaccine INsanity. Correlation does not mean causation. These vaccines can potentially (if enough people take them) reduce the number of infections. Please do not donate to these kooks and do not take their comments seriously. Check out ScienceBasedMedicine.org for details.
The name is misleading and dishonest. This site is anti-vaccines from top to bottom, there is nothing sane in there.
The problem I have with this is that people who follow the recommendations given in this site will put themselves, their families, and our communities at risk.
Sane Vax would be better named Insane Vax. It claims that "The Sane Vax Mission is to promote only Safe, Affordable, Necessary & Effective vaccines and vaccination practices through education and information."
That is complete bullshit. The Insane Vax Mission is to get all vaccination stopped, period. You will not find one positive word about any vaccine anywhere on the site. It is full to the brim with lies and misinformation. It is a seething, festering, putrid pool of hysterical anti-vaccine propaganda. Not a word it says is any more to be believed than is its mission statement..
I've rated it as "Hate, discrimination" because it repeats the most disgusting of all anti-vaccine lies:
They claim that Shaken Baby Syndrome is caused by vaccines! No, damn you, you filthy lying scum! SBS is caused by child abusers who beat, shake, and torture defenceless infants, and your obscene lies are giving an out to criminals who deserve to rot in jail for their crimes
Insane Vax is a danger to public health and safety, and a particular danger to the health of children. You have been warned.
This website is completely untrustworthy because it gives out information that is misleading or outright false. Shaken Baby Syndrome, for example, is NOT caused by vaccines! Neither is autism or any other malady. And no, I'm not a "paid shill" for Big Pharma; that's the standard go-to for these people when someone tries to inform them about the efficacy and necessity of vaccines. You want to believe that it's all some big conspiracy but you are putting your children in danger by not having them vaccinated! Moreover, you are putting everyone's child in danger by reducing the level of herd immunity. It's time to stop the madness and trust the science.
This site exists to spread inaccurate or false information about the safety and efficacy of vaccines, with a focus on the HPV vaccines. The owners of the site are a retired freelance writer and a financial manager. In other words, they have no training or expertise in medicine, vaccinology, or public health. I ranked this site as "unsuitable for children" for the large number of factual inaccuracies and the fear-inducing anti-vaccine propaganda.
This page claims to provide education and information on vaccinations, but it only provides misinformation. Rather than presenting information on peer reviewed research, it presents a series of selected anecdotes for the purpose of discouraging parents from vaccinating their children.
I'm always amazed by those people that want "prove" and than believe some article written by some person somewhere, without any prove other than "I'm a mother that was harmed by the bad bad big pharma".
People without any clue about science are always so quickly to judge something they don't understand, I really want to ask those people if they know a murderer, who has never eaten bread, because if every murderer ate bread...that must mean that bread turns you into a bloodthirsthy psycho, that means we have to stop the bread !
Science needs to be analyzed and even better studied, do not trust someone without any background knowledge claiming stuff they somehow never need to produce evidence for.
Sanevax is another grubby, lying, antivaccination (but I repeat myself!) website. It cannot be trusted and is a serious danger to public health.
It's very disturbing how the misinformation on this site could lead to serious health problems.
Any site that promotes Shaken Baby Syndrome as a vaccine injury should be avoided at all costs.