Da li ti razumiješ engleski jezik?Smrcak15 wrote:
studija je ozbiljna a to sto pokupe info neke anti-vaxerske stranice pa ti onda zakljucujes da su cudaci.
Nije studija to pokazala, nego gospođa u pitanju, Angelika Müller (Kögel-Schauz), radi analizu podataka...ili kao što sama reče: Those who know me are aware of my love for mathematics, numbers and logical correlations and that I welcome challenges of this kind.
Pokušavam da nađem na netu ko je gospođa...ali...
Between May 2003 and May 2006, Germany’s top health authority, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) conducted a large study called KiGGS. Its purpose was to examine the physical and psychological health of 17,641 children and youths between the ages of 0 and 17 years.
First, the parents and their children were asked to complete a comprehensive questionnaire. The second part consisted of an interview with a doctor, and blood and urine tests. The vaccination certificates, if any, were also copied. At the study’s completion, there were about 1,500 individual results for each participant, resulting in a total of over 26 million data items.
One year after the completion of the study, a double edition of the ‘Bundesgesundheitsblatt’ (Federal Health Bulletin) presented over 900 pages of study results to the public. Meanwhile, about 200 scientific publications concerning the evaluations and findings of the KiGGS study have been published. The connection between vaccination status and health was however completely omitted! There wasn’t even a reference to the often publicly discussed subject of “Vaccination as a trigger of allergies”. It was however mentioned that the raw data of the study would be made available to interested parties as a “public use file”. I was therefore very pleased that I was able to order a copy of the collected data at the beginning of 2009 and to actually receive it, after having paid a fee of 90 EUR. I was concerned until the very last that my request for the data would be declined, as I had openly stated on the application form what I intended to do with the data.
So, since the spring of 2009, I have been busy with analyzing the data and have been continuously uncovering and publishing new findings.
After I published my findings in June 2009, I was sharply attacked by the Robert Koch-Institute. The RKI claimed that my interpretations were grossly flawed. It was alleged that my research methods were incorrect and that I was incompetent. According to the RKI, not even one of the findings I had published would stand up to scrutiny. - no shit Sherlock...