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By J.B. Handley

“In a complex system, however, mistakes are not measured in degrees but in whole orders of magnitude.”

-                Nate Silver, The Signal and the Noise

In the above quote, author Nate Silver is discussing the fact that Moody’s and S&P--the pre-eminent financial ratings agencies in the world-- underestimated the default risk of CDO funds by a factor of over 200, facilitating the implosion of the housing bubble and a worldwide recession.

Put another way, the financial experts at S&P and Moody’s predicted that certain financial instruments would have a default rate of just 0.12 percent (just over one tenth of one percent), when the actual default rate turned out to be 28%.

How could so many smart people be so stupid?

This question lies at the heart of a battle and debate that so many of us are currently fighting—is it possible that our health authorities, in an attempt to prevent every infectious disease they could through the use of vaccines, ended up creating a whole different set of problematic health outcomes in our children?

Here are the facts we know to be true:

-  Vaccines can cause immune system, brain, gut, and other neurological damage. There is simply no dispute about the ability of vaccine’s to injure some portion of the children who receive them.

-  The number of vaccines given has risen dramatically since the mid-1980s, from 10 or less to nearly 40, and the majority of vaccines are given during the first 2 years of a child’s life.

-  There has been an explosion in autism, ADHD, food allergies, and so many other auto-immune disorders during this same period of time

-  There has never been any testing for the cross-reactivity of vaccines or any monitoring of the potential damage that layering on so many new vaccines to the US immunization schedule might be doing to our children—it has been an experiment of unprecedented scale.

Dr. Donald Miller, University of Washington, corroborates many of these points:

The [vaccine] schedule states, "Your child can safely receive all vaccines recommended for a particular age during one visit." Public health officials, however, have not proven that it is indeed safe to inject this many vaccines into infants. What's more, they cannot explain why, concurrent with an increasing number of vaccinations, there has been an explosion of neurologic and immune system disorders in our nation's children. 

Fifty years ago, when the immunization schedule contained only four vaccines (for diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, and smallpox), autism was virtually unknown. First discovered in 1943, this most devastating malady in what is now a spectrum of pervasive developmental disorders afflicted less than 1 in 10,000 children. Today, one in every 68 American families has an autistic child. Other, less severe developmental disorders, rarely seen before the vaccine era, have also reached epidemic proportions. Four million American children have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. One in six American children are now classified as "Learning Disabled."

Our children are also experiencing an epidemic of autoimmune disorders — Type I diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, and bowel disorders. There has been a 17-fold increase in Type I diabetes, from 1 in 7,100 children in the 1950s to 1 in 400 now. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis afflicts 300,000 American children. Twenty-five years ago this disease was so rare that public health officials did not keep any statistics on it. There has been a 4-fold increase in asthma, and bowel disorders in children are much more common now than they were 50 years ago.

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In a system with this much complexity, as Nate Silver has explained, the chance to make a huge predictive error grows exponentially, and I personally believe that’s what has happened with our kids. In trying to do the right thing, our health officials may have created a world far worse than they ever knew possible, and 1 in 84 children (and so many more with other conditions like ADHD, deadly food allergies, etc.) are perhaps paying a huge price for their mistakes.

The above paragraph is just my opinion, and I think it’s ridiculous that the one study that could shed some light on all of this, a study so easy to do, a study our own Dan Olmsted has been writing about for almost 10 years, is still not getting done, largely because some people are scared to death of the possible outcome:

Study the health outcomes of unvaccinated children and see if they differ from children who have received vaccines.

We could learn so much, we could know so much, we could know if the hypothesis many of us share holds any truth…and we finally have the chance to do just that!!

Behind the scenes, researchers at a major US university have been trying to get an unvaccinated children study done. The study has reached a critical juncture, and I’m writing to our community to appeal for help in funding. Here are the details:

-  The study is called, “Vaccination Status and Health Outcomes among Homeschool Children.”

-   Research is being done by epidemiologists at Jackson State University

From Jackson State University:

“This study concerns a major current health question: namely, whether vaccination is linked in any way to children's long-term health. Vaccination is one of the greatest discoveries in medicine, yet little is known about its long-term impact. The objective of this study is to evaluate the effects of vaccination by comparing vaccinated and unvaccinated children in terms of a number of major health outcomes, including asthma, autism, diabetes, and learning disability. The study involves a partnership between Jackson State University (JSU), Jackson, MS and the National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI), Salem, OR, which has long been involved in research on homeschool education…This study has been reviewed and approved by the Institutional Review Board of Jackson State University”

The study has been underway for 1 year. The researchers have 2 years to go. They need support to finish the work, namely:

-  The total cost of the study is approximately $500,000

-   Approximately $100,000 has been raised to date to fund the study


So, in order to finish the work and see the first documented data comparing vaccinated and unvaccinated children, an additional $400,000 needs to be raised.

Some comments about fundraising for the study:

1. If you can help, please donate directly through the Generation Rescue website, HERE. (Note: Generation Rescue is not conducting the study, we just want to see the study completed so the data can be collected and analyzed, whatever the outcome. By clicking through this donation link, you can make sure 100% of your donation goes to the study.)

2. If you are in a position to donate a sizable amount and would like to learn more details about the study, please contact Generation Rescue and we will help provide information or the appropriate introduction: 1-877-98-AUTISM

3. Yes, mainstream autism organizations have been given the opportunity to help fund this study and they have declined to do so

This is such important work, I hope everyone who reads this can help in some way. Earlier this week, my wife and I contributed $5,000 through the GR site to help support the study, and I hope everyone who is in a position to help will do so--thanks for listening!

J.B. Handley is co-founder of Generation Rescue and contributor to Age of Autism.


John Stone


It has been completed and is under consideration by a journal.


I was wondering if any more information is available on the outcomes of this study.
Has it ever been completed?

Thanks a lot for your attention.



Isn't it mind-boggling that such a study has yet to be conducted by a "reputable" organization? It seems so simple and rather inexpensive to conduct.


I would love to contribute to this study, as I am a homeschooling mom with one vaccinated, autistic son, one partially vaccinated daughter with dyslexia, and 3 younger children who are fully unvaccinated and have zero neurological problems. This is the study I wish I had been able to read when making the difficult decision to stop vaccinating my children unless it was clearly necessary.

Timothy P. Dwyer

When in the history of mankind has anyone contracted the mumps measles and rubella at the exact same instant, without needles.

John O'Neill

Apologies Judy - I misread your comment, and misattributed dayoub's comments to you. Very sorry - my comment should have been addressed to dayoub.



"How could so many smart people be so stupid?"

They cannot be! It is just that simple. In the case of S&P Warren Buffet et al ordered the rating screw up for their own evil ends.

Our schools have been going down hill for two or three generations in spite of trillions of our bucks being pumped in. Here is the simple reason.

We have been looking in all the wrong places for "cancer cures" ever since Doctor Otto Warburg discovered the cause of cancer in 1924. After 2.4 million scientific papers on cancer we have NO simple inexpensive cancer treatments for cancer than are not outlawed by our corrupt FDA et al. We DO have 15,000/month "cancer treatments" that mostly just kill you four times faster than the cancer.

So what HHS/CDC/NIH et al have discovered is that if you look in the wrong places you NEVER find that you did not wish to find in the first place.

In the case of autism; autism is a product of "vaccination" and a few other factors. "Vaccination" shall not be infringed because "vaccination" is a PRIME depopulation/dumbing down tool.

Sandy MacInnis

I see there are some concerns about the validity of an internet survey.

There is significant peer-reviewed journal literature on this topic. One of the best papers on this is:
Yeager et al, Comparing the Accuracy of RDD Telephone Surveys and Internet Surveys Conducted with Probability and Non-Probability Samples, 2011, Public Opinion Quarterly (AAPOR)

Briefly, internet surveys can be quite accurate, depending on how they are done. One of the main issues is dealing with non-responders.

Orac Troll Patrol

Only 35 comments before "John O'Neill" trolled in (aren't drop quotes fun?). He speaks so haughtily of the research process, taking Judy to task while totally twisting her words, and in his next comment reveals his own pro-vax zealotry and general nastiness with his patronizing dismissal of the study. Simply pathetic.

I wonder if the JSU research team would care to respond to the troll's condescending remark, if they're following this thread.

Judy Brasher

John O’Neil ,you wrote,” Judy Brasher's point is very interesting. It implies that should this study not produce results she agrees with, she'll ignore it as spin - if it produces the results she wants, it'll be a proper study.”
I did not mean to imply at all how I will feel about the results of this study. What I simply meant to convey was an answer to dayoub’s question as to the legitimacy of the research team particularly whether it was intent to spin or intent to tell the truth. I do know the lead researcher at Jackson State University and I think that he is a man of integrity. I feel comfortable donating to this study. That is all I meant. As to the questions about the methodology of the study, of course I wish it was a more sophisticated study. I’m sure that everybody does but we have to start somewhere and the lack of funding is the only thing holding that back. You know as well as I do that the research money for a large scale vax vs. unvaxed study is available but there is opposition to one being done.

John O'Neill

Ah. Having done my research, it seems that this "study" is simply an internet questionnaire. Not actual research or epidemiology.

For those who wish to take part, it's here:

John O'Neill

Judy Brasher's point is very interesting. It implies that should this study not produce results she agrees with, she'll ignore it as spin - if it produces the results she wants, it'll be a proper study.

Judy - the aim of a proper study should be to support or refute a hypothesis. Not simply to get the result that researchers or a pressure group is hoping for.

This is why study design should be outlined at the start of a study, in order for integrity to be maintained - or for it to be quite clear that the methods used are intended, deliberately or not, to skew results one way or another.

So, a couple of questions:

1. Has that study design been published?

2. Will the editors and contributors of AoA publicly state now that if this study doesn't support their vaccine/autism hypothesis, they will accept that their hypothesis is wrong?

Jim Moody

JB: Bravo, as always I would only add to the "facts as we know them:"
We KNOW vaccines cause autism. That question was answered long ago. The question isn't WHETHER, but HOW MANY kids have autism as a reulst of vaccines. For the story of these "canaries," see the EBCALA/Pace study: See The Government has lost or quietly settled dozens of cases of vaccine-caused autism since 1990, paying hundreds of millions in compensation. Professor Sir Michael Rutter, the UK's autism don, first described a case of vaccine-caused autism in the medical literature in 1994, “Autism and known medical conditions:
myth and substance," J Child Psychol and Psychiat. 1994;35:311-322, four years before Dr. Wakefield and his Royal Free colleagues described a novel bowel disease in a case series of autistic children. See

There is a huge consensus that we need baseline data on the health of unvaccinated children. Even Juie Gerberding, formerly CDC head, now "promoted" to Merck Vax VP, has endorsed such a study. See

The Vaccine Injury Compnesation Act itself requires such a study. Congress enacted a Mandate for Safer Childhood Vaccines, 42 USC 300aa-27, requiring the Secretary to conduct research "in order to reduce the risks of adverse reactions tovaccines," which obviously requires accuring and ongoing comparative baseline data on unvaccinated children in order to assess the risk reduction.

Given these legal requirements it is absolutely stunning how hard the Government works to NOT have data on unvsccinated kids. Unvaccinated kids were thrown up of the original Verstraeten study of whether vaccine mercury causes autism, but only after he found a 7.62 times relative risk. This is blatant research fraud! See

CDC and IACC Chair Insel illegally removed $16 million that had been included in the 2010 strategic plan for autism research. See Insel's shocking explanation for the cancellation of the study was that it would create a conflict of interest for NIH to fund a study that might help the 5000 kids win their cases in Vaccine Court.

Even the IOM first suggested a study of unvaccinated children way back in 1997, and again in its Autism and the Environment report in 2007. See Appendix A, Opprotuniies for Scientific Research, p. 287,

IOM is currently preparing a report on research methodololgy to study unvaccinaated and partially vsccinated children, following identification of this lack of data as a key gap in vaccine safety science by the National Vaccine Advisory Committee, reporting on the inadequacy of CDC's scientific research agenda.

The Omnibus Autism Proceeding in Vacine Court was rendered virtually impotent by the lack of this data, and its deletion from the Verstraeten study. The DOJ opposed access to CDC's Vaccine Safety Datalink which at the time did contain data on unvacinated children. DOJ now opposed a "scientific stay" until such studies are conducted. Such comparative data are the best way, by far, to assess the true rate of vaccine-caused autism.

So, I double-dog-dare the anti-science neanderthals that claim, without sound science, that there is "no link" between vacines and autism to join in supporting such a study. If they are right, this will do much to end the controversy and we can all move on to other environmental causes. But, if the comparative data show that that the rate of autism in unvaccinated is, say, 1/10th the rate among vaccinated children, the (1) this will halp make the vaccine schedule and its administration safer, and (2) the Government will finally have to pay a couple of billion to provide these injured HEROES in the war against infection the compensation they so justly deserve.


JB I hope you will let us know how much $ GR raised for this study, and also whether the university receives enough funding to continue it.

Thanks very much for raising money for this study!

JB Handley

It's my personal opinion that Autism Speaks is a useless organization made up of cowards who have done nothing to reduce the number of children with autism in their 7 years of existence, they haven't spent a single dollar that has helped my son, and of course they aren't in any way helping fund this or any other study that contemplates vaccines and autism.

Wish I had better news, JB

Judy Brasher

does anyone know the legitimacy of the research team, is this an intent to spin or an intent to tell the truth??


The intent is to tell the truth.

Paul S

I will send a check!!!

Just wondering? Is AUTISM SPEAKS in or out???????

Rich Krajewski

I want to help with the study, I mean to be one of the research assistants.

More info please

I would very much like to see a good vaccinated vs unvaccinated study done, but I am unfortunately skeptical that this study will yield results worth the money and effort.

Per info provided by JB:

"To this end, an anonymous online survey will be carried out on biological mothers of homeschool children, regarding the children’s vaccination history and physician-diagnosed illnesses."

"The accumulated data will be checked for accuracy and completeness and analyzed using SAS (SAS Institute, Cary, NC, version 9.2)."

How will the data be checked for accuracy if it is submitted anonymously? No matter how well the statistical testing is designed, the results will not be trustworthy if the data can not be verified/trusted.

Is there more detail on study methods provided somewhere?


I have studied the Jackson State internet survey for homeschool vax and unvax in some detail as others. It is interesting that this announcement comes now during the week of the launch of Your Family Vaccination Survey. We have already received some donations and our peer-reviewed survey will be online this weekend. It covers all disorders for vax and unvax and partially vaxed within families for two and three generations and well as miscarriages stillbirths and prematurity and more. Perhaps AoA could do a story on this one also More is here

Mary R.

Too bad my two sons cannot participate since we don't live in Missouri. One son is vaccine injured, but recovered, and the other has never been vaccinated and in PERFECT health. We will no doubt reflect the outcome of the study in its findings.

Kent Heckenlively


Just donated $500. I don't really have the money, but then I never really wanted to have a 14 year-old non-verbal child still in diapers.


JB Handley

Per Hilary Butler's recommendation, you can now designate your donation go to the vax/unvax study:

Thanks, JB

Chris Hemmings

There's a European based survey recently completed of the never vaccinated:

but it was, of course, self selecting and so easy to pour scorn on.(Says me who has three never vaccinated now teenagers)
It's a crucial survey to run and should be openly funded by objective governmental sources. Some hope! Maybe Paul Offit will come forward with a few of his ill gotten millions profit from his "lottery win" in getting his patented rotovirus vaccine jabbed into countless ill fated infants.


I just donated but proceeded with a phone call to make sure it went for the study on vax verses unvaxed, there was no distinction on the site to where the money goes. The young lady said she would make a note of it.IDK


The study is being done in Mississippi. There ARE no exemptions for schooled children in MS. The ONLY unvaccinated children in the state are homeschooled. 16 medical exemptions were issued last year in the entire state. The State Board of (Un)Health is on record with that number being entirely too high. So homeschool is the only available pool of unvax kids.

JB Handley

If you go to paragraph #1 at the end of my post and click on the word HERE you should go straight through to this page:

Thanks, JB

Hilary Butler

A note to Handley.

On the GR donation page you need to add another place. So far there are only two catagories for donation.

1) To support a child
2) in the memory of somebody.

there needs to be a third which is SPECIFICALLY for this study and says,"Please use my donation to fund the vaccinated unvaccinated study"

... so that GR can account for every donation solely for that study and nothing else.


Thank you for your efforts on this issue JB.

We all know what the findings will likely be, which is the #1 reason pharma does not want any such study even attemped.

With a million Autism families in the USA, I believe you will locate adequate funding.

Indiana Coalition for Vaccination Choice

We went to Generation Rescue to donate but did not see the link for it. Please advise how we should proceed to make this donation for this study. We are grateful to see this action and eagerly await the results. It has been our experience that vaccines play a significant role in "autism" causation but we also consider other factors as well. This study is long overdue.

Hilary Butler.

It is absolutely logical, when doing a pilot study to use a group like homeschooling children, in order to eliminate as many confounders as possible. So I have no problem with that.

A second study should also be considered, and that's to ask Dr Mayer Eisenstein if it would be feasible, to ask their parents to co-operate in a study so that his practice, could then be compared with a "conventional" practice, and look at those outcomes too.

None of these studies are easy to do. Particularly because anything seen to be "retrospective" is spat on by the "experts" (unless it suits themselves).

What they would want to do is a prospective double blind study of their own chosing. But that simply can't be done if you are going to look say, at adults, or older children, and answer the question, "What is different about this group, as opposed to that group?"

We did a similar (unscientific) study in New Zealand, which of course the medical profession dismisses as rubbish. We got the help of a statistician to work out variables, and the study we did used families where there were, for instance, four children in the family, with the first two vaccinated, and the second two never vaccinated. We chose that, because that way you eliminate key variables. You eliminate dietary differences, socioeconomic adjusters, education factors, environmental differences - because all the kids might live beneath a coal smelter, for instance)

Yet the medical profession got pissy because we "self-selected" the families. You should have read the list of criticisms we got about this study. Yet, when you ask them to do one, usually they say, "it can't be done."

We got two groups to put in proposals, and both were refused ethical permission because "it's unethical to deprive children of 'lifesaving' treatment". Well hello, these kids would never get these 'lifesaving treatments' because their parents had chosen not to, so WHY NOT use never vaccinated children as a scientifically accurate and valid control group???.

The real reason why the ethics committees refused these properly designed studies was because they didn't want to know.

And for that very reason you can bet your bottom dollar that Offit et al, and his minions in the anti-antivaccination blogosphere will rain down every illogical objection they can find to this study. They dont' want to know either.

So sit back everyone and watch the vitriole flow, and study every single one of the objections they have, which you all know will come thick and fast.

JB Handley

Here's more detail about the study, thanks:

Objectives and Specific Aims The purpose of this cross-sectional study is to evaluate the health outcomes of the routine childhood vaccination program. To this end, an anonymous online survey will be carried out on biological mothers of homeschool children, regarding the children’s vaccination history and physician-diagnosed illnesses.

The specific aims are:

1. To test the hypothesis that there are no significant differences in prevalence rates of selected chronic illnesses (ADHD, allergy, asthma, autism, type 1 diabetes, learning disability, and seizures) between vaccinated and unvaccinated homeschool children ages 6-12 years, after controlling for potential confounding factors; and

2. To determine what factor or combination of factors, including vaccination history, is most strongly associated with the selected conditions.
Methods Our preliminary research has shown that about 15% of homeschool children are unvaccinated. Since there are 1-2 million such children in the U.S., homeschoolers are an ideal group for this study. Families will be contacted through homeschool organizations via a partnership established between the investigators at Jackson State University and the National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI), Salem, OR. NHERI will contact and inform homeschool organizations nationwide about the study. The leaders of these organizations will in turn encourage their members to participate in the study by accessing a designated website. Mothers will be asked to use their children’s vaccination records and to record physician-diagnosed illnesses. The accumulated data will be checked for accuracy and completeness and analyzed using SAS (SAS Institute, Cary, NC, version 9.2).

JB Handley

I want to try and answer a range of questions/comments that have come up:

david burd: if you donate through the link in my post, GR can track the donation and will make sure 100% goes to the researchers.

Laura Hayes: you are right, that comment makes my skin crawl, too. But, remember, these researchers got an IRB at a US university! I don't for a moment think it reflects their bias, i think it reflects the sad reality that you need to write things like that to get approval.

dayoub: Hi Dr. Ayoub, you are a pioneer in this area, thank you! I believe the researchers are empiricists who will let the data tell the story, which is all any of us want, just the truth. Here's a note from the lead researcher:

"By way of introduction, I am a visiting professor in the School of Health Sciences at Jackson State University. I have MPH and DrPH degrees in epidemiology from Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and an MA in sociology from the University of Essex (UK). I was also a postgraduate student in sociology at the London School of Economics. I have been interested in the “vaccination question” for many years.

In addition to me, the team at JSU comprises a part-time epidemiologist-statistician who is a candidate for the DrPH degree at JSU, and a consultant statistician in the School of Health Sciences.

As the well-written statement by JB Handley suggests, the planned three-year study is about to end, pending additional financial support."

no vac

I will donate, but propose to send this request also to Warren Buffett. He seems to care about the health of US children, although he might be manipulated by an the ignoramus-maximus, Bill Gates. Buffett needs to be independently educated on this issue.


I will be contributing and I am thrilled that this study is going to be done. I share Barbara's concern that it is focused on home-schooled kids. It seems that they should study unvaccinated kids from a variety of settings. That would make it a more expensive study so it's a bit of a catch 22. In any case we've got to start somewhere!

barbara j

I'm a little concerned that the study is using home schooled kids. There will be a giant slap coming from other studies that suggest group daycare situations are literal" hot beds" of bacteria. My four year old son goes to school, he's not vaccinated, he is the new ,up and coming normal, and while any unvaccinated group is good to study, I fear the "Amish don't count" kind of thing coming from this.


Ditto to everything Laura Hayes stated in her comment. I, too, would love to possibly donate to this research, but when I read the very first statement from Jackson University, it gave me pause. Isn't the first rule of good research to be to have as unbiased a stance as possible PRIOR to doing that research?

I would think that those that want to undertake this type of research would, at the minimum, go into this research with an unbiased approach. Clearly, with this first statement, this doesn't seem to be the case. That bothers me.

What IS the true agenda behind this research? Will this be an unbiased and completely objective type research project, or will we see the end results essentially covering up the true data, once it's completed?


I would be happy to donate

does anyone know the legitimacy of the research team, is this an intent to spin or an intent to tell the truth??


david burd

J.B. I went to the Gen. Rescue site and there was no way to direct a donation that cites Jackson State Univ. or this specific Study.

Could you please clarify? THANKS!

Laura Hayes

Thanks for this information, J.B. I am concerned about the following comment from Jackson University, though:

Vaccination is one of the greatest discoveries in medicine, yet little is known about its long-term impact.

The myth/fallacy that vaccination is one of the greatest discoveries in medicine just keeps being perpetuated, with not only no proof behind it, but with much proof against it. It concerns me that that is the belief with which these researchers began their study. Seems like they didn't do their homework before starting their endeavor. Having said that, I will still consider supporting the study, hoping that their inaccurate assumptions and bias won't taint their findings. It is a study whose time is long overdue.

Our nation's vaccine schedule should never have been given to even one child before multiple animal studies were done to prove the safety and efficacy of each individual vaccine, and each possible combination of vaccines that might be given. What a crime against humanity that has been committed by those who have promoted, sold, condoned, mandated, and administered vaccines.

R's dad

I'll be donating too; thanks for your clear & strong action on this, JB!

Shawn Siegel

I will be donating, but consider it naive to think that Moody’s and S&P actually underestimated the default risk of CDO funds - at least, in their private conference rooms. It's kind of equivalent to saying the CDC wasn't in egregious dereliction of duty when in the late 90's they didn't implement such a study themselves, without solicitation - let alone after the intrepid parents we all know so well lobbied for it.

barbara j

Could someone put together a little poster..with the "vaccinated vs NOT" brief study info, and the donation site ...for facebook?


I just donated!


count me in i will be sending a bit in for this on payday what a great holiday gift to me!!!!!!!!!!!!!i love it!

Lauren C.

I think it's about time this study has been done. Thank you for the information. I'll be making a donation.

Bob Moffitt

"Yes, mainstream autism organizations have been given the opportunity to help fund this study and they have declined to do so"

Unfortunately, I am not surprised by their refusal to help .. as it has been their history to avoid supporting critical research that threatens their "cozy" relationship with the powerful vested interests .. both public and private .. who have everything to lose .. but .. nothing to gain .. especially by researching the life-long health experience of "vaccinated v. unvaccinated" populations.

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