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CBS story on Guillain Barre Syndrome was a confusing jumble

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The story noted that people should make vaccination decisions with good information. Unfortunately it didn’t provide much. A confusing jumble lacking appropriate context.

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August 19, 2009 at 11:58 am

Yeah, it was a pretty useless interview. She says there is one in a million chances but she doesn’t say why that one chance causes GBS. And she doesn’t explain who falls under “high risk groups” as well. She sounded more like as if she memorized the whole thing and just spit it out.