Exactly! Kind of reminds me of the how the autism and vaccine link got WAY out of hand and still is to a point today... Things get blown WAY out of proportion.They don't exist. The vaccine/toxins/cancer pseudoscience comes from what is essentially a religious belief: natural—whatever that means—is better and the things that are wrong with our health come from our artificial lifestyles. Then, the person who believes that article of faith goes and finds anything that seems like a plausible connection and offers it up as evidence. There's no science involved at all, no studies.
Here's what vaccine safety science looks like. It's the American Academy of Pediatrics' list of vaccine safety studies, overwhelmingly disproving the common myths about the health effects of vaccines (mostly autism, since that's the biggest and most damaging myth, but also studies on immunological problems, metabolic problems, seizures, etc.).