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Good Op-Ed from 2010, begging for balance in our approach to vaccines:
SCOTUS opinion (2010):
Op-Ed based on Doshi analysis in BMJ:
Here's the Doshi article:
Mercola interview w/Barbara Loe Fisher on herd immunity:
Abstract (1964) from NY Times about use of peanut oil in vaccines - could this be one
factor in the increase of peanut allergies?
Interesting perspective/analogy in this piece:
This is interesting, and also very concerning:
Vaccinating newborns born to moms who are chronic carriers of Hep B (and giving them
immune globulin) seems reasonable ... if it works! But if it doesn't, we need to find out
why (could it be the virus is changing d/t exposure to vaccine?), and we also need to
develop more effective treatments instead.
Blog/editorial about the right to choose/refuse vaccination, love the linkage to Nuremburg
trials - oh, how quickly we forget!
This link on the cancelation of a hearing on the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program:
When actually examined, many medical practices don't actually have any value (but they
didn't look at vaccines!):
A follow-up (link to the original post is at the top of this one) of one parent's reasons for
Personally, I don't understand how we can get kids vaccinated with a highly technical
product, but we can't seem to be able to feed them (which is the foundation to good
health anyway - vaccines, to the extent that they work, are at best, secondary):
2008 NVIC editorial:
Aluminum as a component of vaccines:
This post disputes official statistics about flu deaths:
An analysis of VAERS data (from 2010):
A link to lots of links: