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Vaccinating the ‘herd’

Mass vaccination advocates rely on ‘herd immunity’ to make their case. But it doesn’t exist.

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The future of vaccines will be personalized

Because different gene sequences determine how different vaccines at different doses affect us, vaccines in the ideal should be customized to the individual.

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I’m no anti-vaxxer, but the measles vaccine can’t prevent outbreaks

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.

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One-size-suits-all vaccines will soon be replaced by safer, more effective ones

Today’s vaccines are failing. Personalized vaccines that reflect an individual’s genetic profile are coming.

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