Articles: vaccination

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  1. Anatomy of a Science Study Censorship

    by Celeste McGovern

    “Elsevier’s “withdrawal” of a small veterinary study breaks all the rules of scientific publishing. The biggest name in scientific literature has produced fake medical journals for ...

  2. Antibodies and Immunity

    by Joel Carbonnel

    For most people vaccination equates with immunization. The belief that without being vaccinated one is defenceless against the so-called vaccine-preventable diseases has been inject...

  3. Big Mouth and Lockjaw

    by Joel Carbonnel

    At the beginning of the year, the 9 year old son of a friend of mine was complaining of a pain under his big toe. The father was told that the offending source of pain was a wart. U...

  4. Comparing Benefits of Vaccine Use to Vaccine Risks

    by J.B. Handley

    When you discuss vaccines and their merits, some people absolutely lose their minds, and the discussion is no longer rational. That's unfortunate. I hope everyone can agree that us...

  5. Natural Measles Immunity – Better Protection and More Long-Term Benefits than Vaccines

    by Children's Health Defense

    Stories about vaccines in the popular press tend to be unabashedly one-sided, generally portraying vaccination as a universal (and essential) “good” with virtually no down side. Thi...

  6. Vaccination Controversy: Safety and Side Effects

    by Dr Yubraj Sharma

    Dr Sharma, a medically qualified homeopathic doctor, addresses the argument, supported by a growing body of evidence, that vaccines are unsafe and ineffective. There is no evidence...

  7. Vaccination Damage and Homeopathy

    by Dr Neil Slade

    The patient, an eight-year-old girl, had been diagnosed with epilepsy following a meningitis C vaccination. During her first consultation with Dr Slade, a homeopath, she had five f...

  8. Vaccine Technology: Types of Vaccines, How Vaccines are Produced, mRNA Technology

    by John Hamlin

    Ever since the development of the first vaccine in 1796, the technology behind vaccinology has progressed beyond the scope of the ordinance. The right to get vaccinated and live a ...

  9. When Vaccine Refusal is Not Unethical

    by James Lyons-Weiler

    There is an entrenched herd mentality and groupthink phenomenon on the issue of the morality of vaccination refusal by those who scratch the surface of the issue that requires a sp...

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