To be truely pro-science would be to respect the dangers of absolute unknowns, and a respect for how little we know.
It does not mean blind faith in the medical industrial complex. That would be a level naivety that would amount to anti-science in terms of real science.
Science is not medicine nor trust in it. Medicine needs to trust science and not the other way around. For them to trust science would be for them to listen to the real themes of science. That we don't know jack shit until something has been studied and debated for a long time, and all of that after clean and effective data are gathered for consideration. The conclusion of real science in a setting other than that is that we don't know much and must tread very carefully. And that reckless decision making in the face of such unknowns are likely to yield disastorous consequences. But the medical industry won't listen, and are post-science. They then abscond with the title of science confusing the public about what science is.