Book Reviews of What Every Parent Should Know About Childhood Immunization

What Every Parent Should Know About Childhood Immunization
What Every Parent Should Know About Childhood Immunization
Author: Jamie Murphy
ISBN-13: 9780963037305
ISBN-10: 0963037307
Publication Date: 10/1/1993
Pages: 192
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Publisher: Earth Healing Products
Book Type: Paperback
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"This book explains what vaccines are, how they are made, what toxic chemicals are used in their production & how frequently the vaccines cause local, systemic & neurological reactions & deaths in children. You will learn that our natural immunity and breast milk are an infant's best protection."

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Yet another person saying that vaccines are bad, nature (and disease) is good.
This is such a dangerous way of thinking! If our immune systems could naturally fight off diseases that we now vaccinate for, they wouldn't kill or disable people.

Most people alive now don't remember the epidemics of measles, mumps, rubella, chickenpox, or the terror that was polio or smallpox. Those are all diseases that we commonly vaccinate against, or have destroyed. All those diseases can kill or permanently damage a human.

By vaccinating, we don't worry about our children dying, or going blind, or deaf, or being permanently paralyzed. Unimmunized women exposed to rubella run a high risk of severe to fatal defects in the fetus.

Yes, vaccines have some small risk of side effects. SMALL. Tiny. Infinitessimal. Much much much lower than the risk of death or damage from getting the diseases they prevent.
Do you really want to be responsible for the preventable death of your child, or the preventable miscarriage or deformation of your neighbor's fetus?