Vaccine Data Dissapears

Attkisson: Feds WipedVaccine Injury Data From Website

“[N]o longer reflects the recent, sharp rise…”

Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson is reportingthat data related to the recent rise in cases regarding injury or death from vaccines has suddenly been wiped from a Department of Health and Human Services agency website — amounting to what Attkisson calls “an abrupt departure from the normal practice of updating the figures monthly.”

As previously reported by TruthRevolt, Attkisson is doubtful of the mainstream media’s conclusion that the science is settled over there being no link between autism and vaccines, nor is she completely convinced that there is one. Her goal seems to be to continually seek answers regarding this topic and has now set her sights on the recent scrubbing of information by the federal government.

She reports:

In March, the federal government removed the latest vaccine injury court statistics—more than a year’s worth of data—from one of its publicly reported charts. It was an abrupt departure from the normal practice of updating the figures monthly.

Wiping the latest data means the “adjudication” chart on a government website no longer reflects the recent, sharp rise in court victories for plaintiffs who claimed their children were seriously injured or killed by one or more vaccines.

According to Attkisson, there have been twice as many cases (“up 55%”) since the beginning of 2014 where a judge has ruled that vaccines “more likely than not” injured the plaintiff. This is the data Attkisson says has now been deleted from their statistics chart.

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