Articles tagged with: Vaccine


COVID-19 vaccine candidate by Pittsburgh scientists show promising results in animal studies, but clinical trials still needed before efficacy in humans is known

in Pittsburgh Magazine, by Garret Roberts

— 11 Apr 2020

Scientists who reviewed this article’s scientific credibility found that the reporting was generally accurate. However, they also highlighted a missed opportunity to provide read...

New York Times accurately reports vaccine-derived polio outbreaks caused by low vaccine coverage

in New York Times, by Associated Press

— 02 Dec 2019

"The content of the article is correct: attenuated polio strain type 2 contained in the oral vaccine can – in very rare cases – mutate and cause disease in under-immunized pers..

Article claiming vaccines cause autoimmunity and autism due to fetal DNA contaminants found unsupported and implausible

in Vaccine Impact, by Theresa Deisher

— 09 Jun 2019

"While the letter provides some concerns about the fetal cell-derived DNA contamination in vaccines, it does not provide any actual evidence to support the claims made. The whole h..


Contrary to popular claim on social media, RNA vaccines do not alter our DNA

“Bill Gates explains that the COVID vaccine will use experimental technology and permanently alter your DNA”

SOURCE: Alex Pietrowski, Facebook users, Waking Times

Published: 30 Jun 2020


No, Bill Gates is not funding COVID-19 vaccines as a way to conduct global surveillance or to depopulate the world

Bill Gates, founder of harmful vaccination campaigns in developing countries, now plans to use COVID-19 vaccines to surveil the population

SOURCE: Ty & Charlene Bollinger, The Truth About Cancer

Published: 24 Jun 2020


Article inaccurately claims that coronavirus vaccine by Oxford researchers caused animal test subjects to develop COVID-19

"Bill Gates’ shoddily-hastened vaccine has been determined to make all animal test subjects get COVID-19 when exposed to the virus"

SOURCE: Anonymous, Montana Daily Gazette

Published: 08 Jun 2020


Significant methodological flaws in a 2020 study claiming to show unvaccinated children are healthier

Vaccinated children are more likely to have adverse health outcomes like developmental delays, asthma, and ear infections compared to unvaccinated children.

SOURCE: Brian Hooker, Neil Miller, Children’s Health Defense

Published: 04 Jun 2020


Claim that the Amish are healthier because they opt out of all vaccines is incorrect

“The unvaccinated Amish rarely get cancer, autism, or heart disease.”

SOURCE: Mark Sloan, EndAllDisease

Published: 20 May 2020


Vaccines do not cause mercury toxicity or autism, contrary to claim in London Real video

"Autism is nothing more than mercury toxicity"; vaccine ingredients are toxic

SOURCE: Rashid Buttar, London Real

Published: 15 May 2020


Volunteer for U.K. COVID-19 vaccine trial Elisa Granato is alive, contrary to claim in viral article

Elisa Granato, the first volunteer who availed herself in Oxford for a jab in the first Europe human trial of a vaccine to protect against the coronavirus pandemic has died.

SOURCE: James Alami, News NT

Published: 27 Apr 2020


Claim that flu shot causes false positive results on COVID-19 tests is unsupported and misleading

The flu shot causes false positive results on COVID-19 tests

SOURCE: Facebook users, Facebook

Published: 10 Apr 2020


Claim that flu vaccine increases coronavirus infection is unsupported, misinterprets scientific studies

flu vaccine increases risk of coronavirus infection

SOURCE: Benjamin Krause, Facebook users,, GreenMedInfo

Published: 30 Mar 2020


Vaccines do not cause neurological damage, aluminum levels in vaccines are safe

Aluminum in vaccines causes neurological damage and autism

SOURCE: Arjun Walia, Facebook users, Collective Evolution

Published: 24 Mar 2020



“Plandemic” vignette featuring anti-vaccination activist Judy Mikovits contains numerous false and unsupported claims about COVID-19

— 08 May 2020

This video is the first in a series of vignettes preceding a movie titled “Plandemic”. First published on 5 May 2020, it quickly went viral on Facebook, with more than 2.2 mill...

How we know vaccines don’t cause autism – and why this belief persists

— 26 Mar 2019

The claim that “vaccines cause autism” first received its scientific backing by Andrew Wakefield’s now-retracted study in The Lancet, published in 1998. The study...