“I think you should be skeptical of anything that you put in your body. You want to see the data, and you want to make sure that these vaccines are held to a high standard,” Offit said. “What you shouldn’t be is cynical when there is data that show that the benefits of vaccines outweigh the potential risks. The notion that the FDA or CDC is hiding something isn’t even close to the truth.”— Dr. Paul Offit, director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
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