What you're doing is stating your belief system as fact. Basically you're saying you're right and everyone who disagrees is wrong.
The evidence that you believe in is not evidence that I believe in. What you're stating isn't fact, it's what you believe. Some people think that Jesus was a real man who died on the cross. They'd like to crucify me when I say that I think he was made up, a symbol (Lamb) turned into the figure of a man, to convince people to give the church power and money. They'll say that there's evidence and I'll say that it's not evidence that I believe in. I live in a different paradigm than they do. This is very threatening to most people.
Vaccines caused a boy I know to have seizures. He'll never be able to drive.
A family member of mine who is high up in the medical field and believes in Medical, recently warned me not to take a certain pharmaceutical drug for osteoporis because it's so dangerous. He explained in great detail how it works in the body. He said they know it's harmful but push it on people anyway. He told me that his doctor had recommended for him not to get the H1N1 vaccine. They know and tell each other the truth but that truth is sure not for the masses ...
I wish you all the best Spud; I'm bowing out of this discussion... for now, anyway. We'll have to agree to disagree.
There is a world of truth and healing outside of double-blind medical studies and statistics. They are designed to deceive, IMO.