7 doctors weighed in:
I am looking for an unbiased study that compares health outcome of a vaccinated group with a non vaccinatedgroup. Please help.
7 doctors weighed in

Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
6 doctors agree
In brief: Done for every vacc.
In order for a vaccine to be approved in the United States, the maker has to prove to the fda that the vaccine actually works (really decreases disease, or makes disease much milder), through years of research studies.
The studies for the newer vaccines such as RotaTeq rotavirus diarrhea vaccine and Gardasil cervical cancer hpv vaccine may be available from the makers' or the fda's websites.

In brief: Done for every vacc.
In order for a vaccine to be approved in the United States, the maker has to prove to the fda that the vaccine actually works (really decreases disease, or makes disease much milder), through years of research studies.
The studies for the newer vaccines such as RotaTeq rotavirus diarrhea vaccine and Gardasil cervical cancer hpv vaccine may be available from the makers' or the fda's websites.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
Thank
1 comment
Dr. Jeff Livingston
The studies used for FDA approval will be availabl in the package insert & the vaccine website.
Dr. Bryan Levey
Pediatrics
In brief: Part three
Obstruction), then that vaccine has been immediately removed from the market.
All this being said, there's a reason we have lower infant mortality now than 100 years ago, and that reason is at least partly vaccines. If i understood the question, then there's the answer. If i did not correctly understand the question, sorry for being so long winded.

In brief: Part three
Obstruction), then that vaccine has been immediately removed from the market.
All this being said, there's a reason we have lower infant mortality now than 100 years ago, and that reason is at least partly vaccines. If i understood the question, then there's the answer. If i did not correctly understand the question, sorry for being so long winded.
Dr. Bryan Levey
Dr. Bryan Levey
Thank
1 comment
Dr. Bryan Levey
If you find it, please let me know
Dr. Bryan Levey
Pediatrics
In brief: Part two
Been tested in an unbiased manner to see if that particular vaccine decreases the likelihood of a child catching that particular disease.
The answer with each and every one of them is yes. Those studies look at one disease, not over all health outcomes. However, any time a problem is later found to occur after a vaccine (like the 1990's rotavirus vaccine, which caused a rare intestinal (cont.).

In brief: Part two
Been tested in an unbiased manner to see if that particular vaccine decreases the likelihood of a child catching that particular disease.
The answer with each and every one of them is yes. Those studies look at one disease, not over all health outcomes. However, any time a problem is later found to occur after a vaccine (like the 1990's rotavirus vaccine, which caused a rare intestinal (cont.).
Dr. Bryan Levey
Dr. Bryan Levey
Thank
Dr. Bryan Levey
Pediatrics
In brief: Hard to find
I think what you're asking for is a study that looks at whether vaccinated children are, as a whole, healthier than unvaccinated ones.
If i'm understanding the question correctly, then i don't know of any. I've read tons of claims from non-vaccinators, but none that i've seen rise to the level of good scientific data. What dr. Kwok correctly answered is that each individual vaccine has (cont.).

In brief: Hard to find
I think what you're asking for is a study that looks at whether vaccinated children are, as a whole, healthier than unvaccinated ones.
If i'm understanding the question correctly, then i don't know of any. I've read tons of claims from non-vaccinators, but none that i've seen rise to the level of good scientific data. What dr. Kwok correctly answered is that each individual vaccine has (cont.).
Dr. Bryan Levey
Dr. Bryan Levey
Thank
Get help from a real doctor now
Dr. Shontae Buffington
Board Certified, Pediatrics
13 years in practice
833K people helped
Continue
107,000 doctors available
Read more answers from doctors