“The science behind vaccines is based on ‘research efficacy,’ not ‘clinical efficacy.’ Research efficacy is the ability to evoke an antibody response. Clinical efficacy is the ability to prevent an infection. Vaccines ‘effectively’ induce the production of antibodies.
If this is the intended result, the CDC is correct when it declares, ‘vaccines are effective.’
But vaccines have not been proven to be ‘clinically effective.’ If protection from disease is the intended result, then the CDC’s message is at best incorrect, and at worst deceptive.”
— Sherry J. Tenpenny, DO