To Vaccinate or not to Vaccinate: A Review of Scientific Literature on Vaccines (Paperback)
In recent years, we hear more and more often that vaccines are safe and effective, that opponents of vaccination are dull and ignorant, that the amount of aluminum in one dose of a vaccine is less than a child gets from food, and that autism is in no way associated with vaccination. Let us see if these are truths, myths, or lies that cost you and your children's health, and sometimes even life. According to the analysis of publications conducted by the author of this book, there is not a single competent study proving vaccine safety; people that refuse to vaccinate are mostly well-educated and wealthy; a single dose of the hepatitis B vaccine alone, which is given on the first day of life, has five times more aluminum than the baby will receive from breast milk in six months, and the more saturated the immunization schedule in the country is, the higher the infant mortality.In this book, you will find information about scientific research, which the media and health authorities keep quiet about. Only scientific facts about vaccination are given here, with almost no comments by the author.Read, think, draw your own conclusions.