Issue 139: Vaccines Safety, Psoriasis, Ulcerative Colitis, Knee Pain, Zapper, Vision, North Pole Ice
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Vaccines: Are They Really Safe and Effective? by Neil Z.
Parents, educators, and health professionals have very few reliable sources of information permitting them to make informed choices regarding vaccines. But concerned parents are pleading for answers to their many questions. Doctors only tell them one side of the story; there is another side. This book tells the other side and helps all concerned people to make wise and responsible decisions.
Today, we have access to many
books questioning effectiveness and safety of Vaccines.
Why is this book any different?
In my opinion, facts and data presented inside this book are stronger then data presented inside any other book that I have read (and I have read almost all of them). Questions asked inside this book are very painful for medical community and vaccine producers and pushers, and those questions has yet to be answered by someone with no bias or relations to pharmaceutical industry.
The new 2002 edition contains 30 graphs and more than 900 references. It gives firm ground to anyone questioning vaccines. This essential immunization resource is the most well-documented vaccine book available today. If you want reliable information, referenced information about vaccines, then this is definitively the first book that you should read. If you are skeptical to many anti-vaccine claims, I would suggest you to read the 2002 edition, cause some of the conclusions expressed in the previous editions have been backed by more data and by numerous references. I have the 1999 edition, and the last edition (August 1, 2002) in front of me. If you have read critiques of the early editions of this book, you should know that in the 2002 edition, Neil Z. Miller answered all critiques with powerful data and powerful new references. )
"This book is a MUST for all who have,
or are contemplating having, children."
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