Because different gene sequences determine how different vaccines at different doses affect us, vaccines in the ideal should be customized to the individual.
Vaccinomics — personalized vaccines married to genomics — are no pie-in-the-sky fantasy but possibly the next big coming thing. Dr. Gregory Poland, one of the world’s most admired, most advanced thinkers in the field of vaccinology, certainly thinks so.
Many conservatives have had a blind spot when it comes to vaccination, accepting as dogma studies from government bodies.
This response, published by American Thinker, to CPI’s Vaccinating the ‘herd,’ takes issue with several of its statements, particularly in regard to risk factors for children.
Mass vaccination advocates rely on ‘herd immunity’ to make their case. But it doesn’t exist.
Measles in highly immunized societies occurs primarily among those previously immunized. Continue reading Vaccines can’t prevent measles outbreaks
Lawrence Solomon discusses his recent column, the “Untold Story of Measles” on the Charles Adler Show, 680 CJOB in Winnipeg.
Several decades following the vaccine’s introduction, the measles death rate rose, largely because the vaccine made adults, expectant mothers and infants more vulnerable.
The most virulent aspect of this season’s flu was controversy. Lawrence Solomon is quoted for this article by Web news portal, the Inquisitr.com.