10 Pros and Cons on vaccines

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An Integrative Health Opinion

PROS

  1. Without them numerous plagues would haunt us again
  2. Most recipients have no problems
  3. Most Medical Doctors recommend them
  4. Most of them are fairly priced and easily administered
  5. Pharmaceutical companies have done studies documenting their efficacy

 

CONS

  1. Too many vaccines too early in life overburdens the immune system not yet matured in infants.
    Some countries have adopted more flexible vaccination schedules that only include the most basic of vaccines. They are also given later in life provided children are well fed and kept from day care centers.
  2. Evidence on efficacy is exaggerated. For example, Pertussis vaccine. http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/07/24/whooping-cough-vaccine-lags-in-efficacy/?_r=0
  3. Dr. Wakefield’s study published in the J. Lancet in 1998 showing that the MMR is linked to intestinal issues and Autism has been vindicated by whistle blower Dr. Thompson from the CDC. The latter alleges that evidence on harmful side effects of vaccines is being suppressed.
  4. The refusal by mainstream proponents of vaccines to debate these issues on the grounds that science has proven beyond any doubt that vaccines are safe is not rational or scientific. ALL scientific “truths” should be open to debate.
  5. Corruption in science and government is well documented. Said corruption invariably centers on safeguarding Private interests over Public interest. Check out https://libertyblitzkrieg.com/2016/04/28/why-our-children-should-hate-us-read-the-lance-simmens-article-banned-by-the-huffington-post/
Hugo Rodier, MD is an integrative physician based in Draper, Utah who specializes in healing chronic disease at the cellular level by blending proper nutrition, lifestyle changes, & allopathic practices when necessary.

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