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Vaccination: Do your own research, exercise due diligence and reserve judgment – Part 2

Vaccination: Do your own research, exercise due diligence and reserve judgment – Part 2

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Comment: For the first installment, see: Vaccination: Do your own research, exercise due diligence and reserve judgment In Part 1 we looked at some of the evidence which casts doubt upon the common narratives asserted by those who unquestioningly support all vaccines. This included evidence that vaccines had minimal impact upon the eradication of Smallpox, that claims of Poliovirus being ‘defeated’ by vaccines are dubious and that improvements in public health practices were far more influential in the overall reduction of disease than vaccines appear to have been. We looked at the lack of evidence to support the hypothesis of ‘herd immunity.’ We also considered the medical evidence which makes any notion that vaccines can ever achieve the ‘herd effect’ extremely unlikely. I am not suggesting that all vaccines are useless, nor potentially dangerous. Vaccines come in a variety of forms and human susceptibility, both to contracting and spreading infection, is unique to the…
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