A misinformation-laden review article in Cureus by prominent antivax activists that called for a moratorium on COVID vaccination has been retracted. What took so long, and how could such a paper been published in the peer-reviewed literature in the first place?
I once discussed how antivax quacks’ purported mechanisms for COVID-19 vaccine “shedding” reminded me of homeopathy. The nonsense continues, as these quacks never give up.
Antivax scientist Byram Bridle parties like it’s 2005 and asks if COVID-19 vaccines might cause an “epidemic of autism.” Everything old is new again, sort of.
Antivaxxers just published another antivax review about “lessons learned” claiming that COVID-19 vaccines cause more harm than good. Yawn.
An antivaxxer by the ‘nym “A Midwestern Doctor” makes an argument that COVID-19 vaccine “shedding” is not impossible despite the basic science that concludes it is. Sound familiar?