Should you get any vaccines? The data shows the more you vax, the sicker you are.

When I interviewed Andrew Wakefield, he told me that you are roughly 10X more likely to be sick if you are vaccinated with the normal schedule vs. the unvaccinated.

Here is a link to the paper co-authored by my good friend James Lyons-Weiler which shows this very clearly: Relative Incidence of Office Visits and Cumulative Rates of Billed Diagnoses Along the Axis of Vaccination by James Lyons-Weiler and Paul Thomas.

Here’s a key figure from the paper showing the more vaccinations you accept, the greater your chance of seeing the doctor (relative incidence of office visits). The trends were true for other causes as well (See Fig 4 and 5).

That’s called dose-dependency and it establishes (along with other factors) causality. It’s hard to explain a dose-dependency if there isn’t any causality.

The story on the retraction

From Retraction Watch is a short article on the retraction of the paper by the journal.

Here is the actual retraction notice that shows the authors objected to the unilateral decision to retract the paper by the journal. Notice how they didn’t disclose the reason it was retracted? They just said that they “confirmed that the conclusions were not supported by strong scientific data” without providing a single specific example!!! That’s how science works in the post-vaccine world (this was July 2021). No need to actually support your opinion with any specific facts.

The full story on the retraction from the author.

Evidence to the contrary

Here is a complete list of studies that show that the authors were wrong and that kids who got vaccinated actually had lower rates of disease, i.e., the more you vaccinate, the healthier your kids are:

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What about autism?

Here is a clearly pro-vax website attempting to debunk the connection between vaccines and autism. It says:

The Institute of Medicine undertook a comprehensive safety review of the issue. Their preliminary report, published in 2001, stated the committee did not find enough evidence to support or reject a causal relationship between mercury in vaccines and neurodevelopmental disorders.[24] However, their final report, published in 2004, concluded that the large body of evidence gathered on the question since 2001 favored rejecting the hypothesis that mercury in vaccines was associated with neurodevelopmental disorders.[6]

New evidence eh? What new evidence? And if the vaccines weren’t the cause, then what was the most likely cause? The silence is deafening here.


I encourage you to read the papers in each section and decide for yourself.

Why is autism affecting 1 in 30 children, it used be 1 in 2500 pre-1970.

As for me, I’m with Wakefield.