The interesting thing about science–and human health–is that 30,000 people can have one point of view and one person can have another point of view. And that one person with the dissenting point of view can turn out to be the one who is right. As microbiologist Morten Laane points out, science is not a Democracy.
Consider Galileo whose idea that the Earth moved around the sun was in direct opposition to what the church authorities, and the majority of the people, believed and wanted to be true. However unpopular his theories, Galileo turned out to be right.
But so many parents and doctors have been seeing vaccines causing health problems with their own eyes–and so many have started speaking up about it and started sharing their stories–that they can no longer be dismissed as “outliers.”