1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV

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<p>10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" <em>Conclusions</em></p>
<p><em>Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere.</em>"</p>
<p><a href="http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036">http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036</a>&nbsp;</p>;
<p><strong>Adverse events following HPV vaccination, Alberta 2006&ndash;2014.</strong>&nbsp;Xianfang C. Liu, , Christopher A. Bell, , Kimberley A. Simmonds, , Lawrence W. Svensona, &nbsp;Margaret L. Russell,&nbsp;Vaccine Volume 34, Issue 15, 4 April 2016, Pages 1800&ndash;1805</p>
<p>This appears to be more than twice the normal rate of ED visits, cf&nbsp;<br /><a href="http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf">http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf</a>&nbsp;<span style="color: #141823; font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; background-color: #f6f7f8;">figure 4, page 23.</span></p>
<p><span style="color: #141823; font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; background-color: #f6f7f8;">(Thanks to B. Webb for directing my attention to the latter reference.)</span></p>
<p>The authors mention (but not discuss) the timing of hospitalization events.</p>
<p>There were 958 hospitalized people (1053 hospitalization events.)&nbsp;34.6% within 1&ndash;14 days, 32.8% within 15&ndash;28 days, and 31.9% within 29&ndash;42 days (data not shown).</p>
<p>Note this data is inherently biased to be pushed later into the period, because it includes multiple events for the same person,&nbsp;and the first event takes time. Neglecting that bias we still find about 13.6 excess events in the first third and an SD of about sqrt(1053*1/3*2/3)=15.29705 for events expected in the first third, so we're up about .9 SD in the first third.</p>
<p>Then we have about 7.3 excess events in the second third relative to the third, and an SD of sqrt(681/4)=13.0, so we are independently up about .56 SD here.</p>
<p>This timing evidence supports the hypothesis that the excess 5% of girls going to the ED is caused by the vaccine, rather than the null hypothesis that the vaccine was unrelated&nbsp;by about 1.06 SD. Presumably if the 5% are causal, there are also a lot of others damaged who go to their Doctors' office or don't seek medical attention. Also perhaps its a symptom of underlying damage that isn't entirely cured by an ED visit.</p>
<p>It would be nice to see the ED visit timing data, which is a much bigger sample so might be highly significant, but the author's don't even mention it. I take this omission in addition to their Conclusion&nbsp;as further evidence that many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe&nbsp;case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate.&nbsp;</p>

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Statement Type: CITATION
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Adverse events following HPV vaccination, Alberta 2006–2014. Xianfang C. Liu, , Christopher A. Bell, , Kimberley A. Simmonds, , Lawrence W. Svensona,  Margaret L. Russell, Vaccine Volume 34, Issue 15, 4 April 2016, Pages 1800–1805

This appears to be more than twice the normal rate of ED visits, cf 
http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf figure 4, page 23.

(Thanks to B. Webb for directing my attention to the latter reference.)

The authors mention (but not discuss) the timing of hospitalization events.

There were 958 hospitalized people (1053 hospitalization events.) 34.6% within 1–14 days, 32.8% within 15–28 days, and 31.9% within 29–42 days (data not shown).

Note this data is inherently biased to be pushed later into the period, because it includes multiple events for the same person, and the first event takes time. Neglecting that bias we still find about 13.6 excess events in the first third and an SD of about sqrt(1053*1/3*2/3)=15.29705 for events expected in the first third, so we're up about .9 SD in the first third.

Then we have about 7.3 excess events in the second third relative to the third, and an SD of sqrt(681/4)=13.0, so we are independently up about .56 SD here.

This timing evidence supports the hypothesis that the excess 5% of girls going to the ED is caused by the vaccine, rather than the null hypothesis that the vaccine was unrelated by about 1.06 SD. Presumably if the 5% are causal, there are also a lot of others damaged who go to their Doctors' office or don't seek medical attention. Also perhaps its a symptom of underlying damage that isn't entirely cured by an ED visit.

It would be nice to see the ED visit timing data, which is a much bigger sample so might be highly significant, but the author's don't even mention it. I take this omission in addition to their Conclusion as further evidence that many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate. 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-08-24 14:00:40.0
Statement Type: CITATION
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Adverse events following HPV vaccination, Alberta 2006–2014. Xianfang C. Liu, , Christopher A. Bell, , Kimberley A. Simmonds, , Lawrence W. Svensona,  Margaret L. Russell, Vaccine Volume 34, Issue 15, 4 April 2016, Pages 1800–1805

This appears to be more than twice the normal rate of ED visits, cf 
http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf figure 4, page 23.

(Thanks to B. Webb for directing my attention to the latter reference.)

The authors mention (but not discuss) the timing of hospitalization events.

There were 958 hospitalized people (1053 hospitalization events.) 34.6% within 1–14 days, 32.8% within 15–28 days, and 31.9% within 29–42 days (data not shown).

Note this data is inherently biased to be pushed later into the period, because it includes multiple events for the same person, and the first event takes time. Neglecting that bias we still find about 13.6 excess events in the first third and an SD of about sqrt(1053*1/3*2/3)=15.29705 for events expected in the first third, so we're up about .9 SD in the first third.

Then we have about 7.3 excess events in the second third relative to the third, and an SD of sqrt(681/4)=13.0, so we are independently up about .56 SD here.

This timing evidence supports the hypothesis that the excess 5% of girls going to the ED is caused by the vaccine, rather than the null hypothesis that the vaccine was unrelated by about 1.06 SD. Presumably if the 5% are causal, there are also a lot of others damaged who go to their Doctors' office or don't seek medical attention. Also perhaps its a symptom of underlying damage that isn't entirely cured by an ED visit.

It would be nice to see the ED visit timing data, which is a much bigger sample so might be highly significant, but the author's don't even mention it. I take this omission in addition to their Conclusion as further evidence that many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate. 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-08-11 15:30:50.0
Statement Type: CITATION
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Adverse events following HPV vaccination, Alberta 2006–2014. Xianfang C. Liu, , Christopher A. Bell, , Kimberley A. Simmonds, , Lawrence W. Svensona,  Margaret L. Russell, Vaccine Volume 34, Issue 15, 4 April 2016, Pages 1800–1805

This appears to be more than twice the normal rate of ED visits, cf 
http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf figure 4, page 23.

(Thanks to B. Webb for directing my attention to the latter reference.)

The authors mention (but not discuss) the timing of hospitalization events.

There were 958 hospitalized people (1053 hospitalization events.) 34.6% within 1–14 days, 32.8% within 15–28 days, and 31.9% within 29–42 days (data not shown).

Note this data is inherently biased to be pushed later into the period, because it includes multiple events for the same person, and the first event takes time. Neglecting that bias we still find about 13.6 excess events in the first third and an SD of about sqrt(1053*1/3*2/3)=15.29705 for events expected in the first third, so we're up about .9 SD in the first third.

Then we have about 7.3 excess events in the second third relative to the third, and an SD of sqrt(681/4)=13.0, so we are independently up about .56 SD here.

This timing evidence supports the hypothesis that the excess 5% of girls going to the ED is caused by the vaccine, rather than the null hypothesis that the vaccine was unrelated by about 1.06 SD. Presumably if the 5% are causal, there are also a lot of others damaged who go to their Doctors' office or don't seek medical attention. Also perhaps its a symptom of underlying damage that isn't entirely cured by an ED visit.

It would be nice to see the ED visit timing data, which is a much bigger sample so might be highly significant, but the author's don't even mention it. I take this omission in addition to their Conclusion as further evidence that many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate. 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: sadmac
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-08-11 14:58:05.0
Statement Type: CITATION
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Adverse events following HPV vaccination, Alberta 2006–2014. Xianfang C. Liu, , Christopher A. Bell, , Kimberley A. Simmonds, , Lawrence W. Svensona,  Margaret L. Russell, Vaccine Volume 34, Issue 15, 4 April 2016, Pages 1800–1805

This appears to be more than twice the normal rate of ED visits, cf 
http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf figure 4, page 23.

(Thanks to B. Webb for directing my attention to the latter reference.)

The authors mention (but not discuss) the timing of hospitalization events.

There were 958 hospitalized people (1053 hospitalization events.) 34.6% within 1–14 days, 32.8% within 15–28 days, and 31.9% within 29–42 days (data not shown).

Note this data is inherently biased to be pushed later into the period, because it includes multiple events for the same person, and the first event takes time. Neglecting that bias we still find about 13.6 excess events in the first third and an SD of about sqrt(1053*1/3*2/3)=15.29705 for events expected in the first third, so we're up about .9 SD in the first third.

Then we have about 7.3 excess events in the second third relative to the third, and an SD of sqrt(681/4)=13.0, so we are independently up about .56 SD here.

This timing evidence supports the hypothesis that the excess 5% of girls going to the ED is caused by the vaccine, rather than the null hypothesis that the vaccine was unrelated by about 1.06 SD. Presumably if the 5% are causal, there are also a lot of others damaged who go to their Doctors' office or don't seek medical attention. Also perhaps its a symptom of underlying damage that isn't entirely cured by an ED visit.

It would be nice to see the ED visit timing data, which is a much bigger sample so might be highly significant, but the author's don't even mention it. I take this omission in addition to their Conclusion as further evidence that many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate. 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-08-10 18:22:37.0
Statement Type: CITATION
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Adverse events following HPV vaccination, Alberta 2006–2014. Xianfang C. Liu, , Christopher A. Bell, , Kimberley A. Simmonds, , Lawrence W. Svensona,  Margaret L. Russell, Vaccine Volume 34, Issue 15, 4 April 2016, Pages 1800–1805

This appears to be more than twice the normal rate of ED visits, cf 
http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf figure 4, page 23.

(Thanks to B. Webb for directing my attention to the latter reference.)

The authors mention (but not discuss) the timing of hospitalization events.

There were 958 hospitalized people (1053 hospitalization events.) 34.6% within 1–14 days, 32.8% within 15–28 days, and 31.9% within 29–42 days (data not shown).

Note this data is inherently biased to be pushed later into the period, because it includes multiple events for the same person, and the first event takes time. Neglecting that bias we still find about 13.6 excess events in the first third and an SD of about sqrt(1053*1/3*2/3)=15.29705 for events expected in the first third, so we're up about .9 SD in the first third.

Then we have about 7.3 excess events in the second third relative to the third, and an SD of sqrt(681/4)=13.0, so we are independently up about .56 SD here.

This timing evidence supports the hypothesis that the excess 5% of girls going to the ED is caused by the vaccine, rather than the null hypothesis that the vaccine was unrelated by about 1.06 SD. Presumably if the 5% are causal, there are also a lot of others damaged who go to their Doctors' office or don't seek medical attention. Also perhaps its a symptom of underlying damage that isn't entirely cured by an ED visit.

It would be nice to see the ED visit timing data, which is a much bigger sample so might be highly significant, but the author's don't even mention it. I take this omission in addition to their Conclusion as further evidence that many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate. 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: sadmac
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-08-08 19:30:44.0
Statement Type: STATEMENT
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Note added: This appears to be more than twice the normal rate of ED visits, cf 
http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf figure 4, page 23.

(Thanks to B. Webb for directing my attention to the latter reference.)

The authors mention (but not discuss) the timing of hospitalization events.

There were 958 hospitalized people (1053 hospitalization events.) 34.6% within 1–14 days, 32.8% within 15–28 days, and 31.9% within 29–42 days (data not shown).

Note this data is inherently biased to be pushed later into the period, because it includes multiple events for the same person, and the first event takes time. Neglecting that bias we still find about 13.6 excess events in the first third and an SD of about sqrt(1053*1/3*2/3)=15.29705 for events expected in the first third, so we're up about .9 SD in the first third.

Then we have about 7.3 excess events in the second third relative to the third, and an SD of sqrt(681/4)=13.0, so we are independently up about .56 SD here.

This timing evidence supports the hypothesis that the excess 5% of girls going to the ED is caused by the vaccine, rather than the null hypothesis that the vaccine was unrelated by about 1.06 SD. Presumably if the 5% are causal, there are also a lot of others damaged who go to their Doctors' office or don't seek medical attention. Also perhaps its a symptom of underlying damage that isn't entirely cured by an ED visit.

It would be nice to see the ED visit timing data, which is a much bigger sample so might be highly significant, but the author's don't even mention it. I take this omission in addition to their Conclusion as further evidence that many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate. 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-06-23 08:57:42.0
Statement Type: STATEMENT
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Note added: This appears to be more than twice the normal rate of ED visits, cf 
http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf figure 4, page 23.

(Thanks to B. Webb for directing my attention to the latter reference.)

The authors mention (but not discuss) the timing of hospitalization events.

There were 958 hospitalized people (1053 hospitalization events.) 34.6% within 1–14 days, 32.8% within 15–28 days, and 31.9% within 29–42 days (data not shown).

Note this data is inherently biased to be pushed later into the period, because it includes multiple events for the same person, and the first event takes time. Neglecting that bias we still find about 13.6 excess events in the first third and an SD of about sqrt(1053*1/3*2/3)=15.29705 for events expected in the first third, so we're up about .9 SD in the first third.

Then we have about 7.3 excess events in the second third relative to the third, and an SD of sqrt(681/4)=13.0, so we are independently up about .56 SD here.

This timing evidence supports the hypothesis that the excess 5% of girls going to the ED is caused by the vaccine, rather than the null hypothesis that the vaccine was unrelated by about 1.06 SD. Presumably if the 5% are causal, there are also a lot of others who go to their Doctors' office or don't seek medical attention.

It would be nice to see the ED visit timing data, which is a much bigger sample so might be highly significant, but the author's don't even mention it. I take this omission in addition to their Conclusion as further evidence that many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate. 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-06-02 14:01:10.0
Statement Type: STATEMENT
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Note added: This appears to be more than twice the normal rate of ED visits, cf 
http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf figure 4, page 23.

(Thanks to B. Webb for directing my attention to the latter reference.)

The authors mention (but not discuss) the timing of hospitalization events.

There were 958 hospitalized people (1053 hospitalization events.) 34.6% within 1–14 days, 32.8% within 15–28 days, and 31.9% within 29–42 days (data not shown).

Note this data is inherently biased to be pushed later into the period, because it includes multiple events for the same person, and the first event takes time. Neglecting that bias we still find about 13.6 excess events in the first third and an SD of about sqrt(1053*1/3*2/3)=15.29705 for events expected in the first third, so we're up about .9 SD in the first third.

Then we have about 7.3 excess events in the second third relative to the third, and an SD of sqrt(681/4)=13.0, so we are independently up about .56 SD here.

This timing evidence supports the hypothesis that the excess 5% of girls going to the ED is caused by the vaccine, rather than due to some confounder.

It would be nice to see the ED visit timing data, which is a much bigger sample so might be highly significant, but the author's don't even mention it. I take this omission in addition to their Conclusion as further evidence that many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate. 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-05-20 05:11:04.0
Statement Type: STATEMENT
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

I take this as further evidence, not only are vaccines doing damage to virtually everybody who receives them, but many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Note added: This appears to be more than twice the normal rate of ED visits, cf 
http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf figure 4, page 23.

(Thanks to B. Webb for directing my attention to the latter reference.)

The authors mention (but not discuss) the timing of hospitalization events.

There were 958 hospitalized people (1053 hospitalization events.) 34.6% within 1–14 days, 32.8% within 15–28 days, and 31.9% within 29–42 days (data not shown).

Note this data is inherently biased to be pushed later into the period, because it includes multiple events for the same person, and the first event takes time. Neglecting that bias we still find about 13.6 excess events in the first third and an SD of about sqrt(1053*1/3*2/3)=15.29705 for events expected in the first third, so we're up about .9 SD in the first third.

Then we have about 7.3 excess events in the second third relative to the third, and an SD of sqrt(681/4)=13.0, so we are independently up about .56 SD here.

It would be nice to see the ED visit timing data, which is a much bigger sample so might be highly significant.

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-05-17 10:46:58.0
Statement Type: STATEMENT
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

I take this as further evidence, not only are vaccines doing damage to virtually everybody who receives them, but many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Note added: This appears to be more than twice the normal rate of ED visits, cf 
http://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/sf-docs/default-source/reports/risk-analytica.pdf figure 4, page 23.

(Thanks to B. Webb for directing my attention to the latter reference.)

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-05-10 23:42:42.0
Statement Type: STATEMENT
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit within 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

I take this as further evidence, not only are vaccines doing damage to virtually everybody who receives them, but many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-05-09 03:07:46.0
Statement Type: STATEMENT
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit with 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

I take this as further evidence, not only are vaccines doing damage to virtually everybody who receives them, but many doctors and journals are suffering from a severe case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-05-07 03:49:58.0
Statement Type: STATEMENT
Title: 1 girl in 10 visits ED within 42 days of HPV
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit with 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

I take this as further evidence, not only are vaccines doing damage to virtually everybody who receives them, but many doctors and journals are suffering from a sever case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-05-07 01:54:21.0
Statement Type: STATEMENT
Title:
Body:

10% (19,351/195,270) have an emergency room visit with 42 days of getting HPV. 1/200 are hospitalized. The conclusion of the study: (I kid you not):" Conclusions

Rates of AEFI after HPV immunization in Alberta are low and consistent with types of events seen elsewhere."

I take this as further evidence, not only are vaccines doing damage to virtually everybody who receives them, but many doctors and journals are suffering from a sever case of Cognitive Bias, basically unwilling to recognize what's in front of their noses, that vaccines are doing systemic damage of types the doctors and journals are simply unwilling to contemplate.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264410X16002036 

Proposed Probability: 100.0%
Updater: Eric
Collaboration: Yes
Last Updated: 2016-05-07 01:17:12.0

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