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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.
Numerous physicians who consider flu shots a no-brainer, are seemingly unaware of the authoritative studies that show the flu shot’s downsides to be all too real.
Flu deaths have been played up to create a mass market for the flu vaccine.
To protect the population at large against diseases, public health authorities generally aim to immunize 90 to 95 per cent of the population. To the dismay of the authorities, however, one segment of the population is surprisingly resistant to getting the flu and other vaccines recommended for them — doctors, nurses and others working in the health care sector.
The Miami Examiner reports on Lawrence Solomon’s new series about vaccines.
Granted, kooks and quacks exist in the vaccination field, just as they exist elsewhere. But no journalist would have any difficulty finding dozens of distinguished skeptical scientists for the very few “rogue” scientists that the press has vilified.
Health authorities insist the benefits of immunization outweigh the risks – a mindset that stems from faith, not science, without any incentive to curb needless or even harmful use of vaccines and medications.