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Week 9 Lab Andrea Wiggins SCIE211 Professor Anne Gregg 4/19/2020
The first comic strip has the Post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy. And I believe that this false belief regarding the argument that children that receive the MMR vaccine have autism—scientifically proven that there is no relationship between autism and the MMR vaccine. World Health Organization had a company complete independent research if it was possible a link between autism and MMR vaccine. GACVS did an extensive review, and no evidence exists of any association between autism and MMR vaccine. The amount of research has already been completed. And with the number of children that do not have autism after the MMR vaccine. This fallacious would be a waste of time and money, and with this information, there is no reason for test the causal claim. 1. What is being claimed? The flu vaccine helps to prevent the flu instead of causing the flu. 2. How good is the evidence? In the link on the assignment, this would seem to be

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