Vaccination: an in-depths analysis

An extremely detailed and thoroughly referenced three-part exploration of the vaccine controversy in the Townsend Letter should help parents to separate the facts from the myths.
Based on an extensive review of the scientific literature, the authors examine the adverse effects associated with vaccines and discuss the reasons why we should challenge the assumption that vaccines are safe and effective.

Also considered are the validity of the principles on which vaccines are based, the question as to whether vaccinations have really eliminated disease, and the toxic ingredients used in vaccines, as well as vaccine failures and waning immunity.
Specific vaccines are looked at in detail, including those for diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, polio, chickenpox, hepatitis B, measles, mumps and rubella, as well as the rotavirus, meningococcal, and smallpox vaccines.

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First Published in Febuary 2008

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