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Vaccines Give Only Partial, Temporary Immunity, Make Your Body's Defenses Weaker Overall

"The notion that vaccines create a life-long immunity that is equal or superior to natural immunity is not even claimed in medical literature. They only claim that vaccines reduce the symptoms of diseases."

"The clinical evidence for vaccines is their ability to stimulate antibody production in the recipient, a fact that is not disputed. What is not clear, however, is whether such antibody production produces immunity." Read more »

Was it Acetaminophen, Not Swine Flu, That Killed This Boy?

On October 27, 13-year-old hockey player Evan Frustaglio died, allegedly from the H1N1 swine flu.

Well, you might want to take a look at this. Reye's Syndrome has been implicated in the deaths of teenagers who take fever-reducing medications for viral illnesses. Death is common, often within a few days, unless diagnosed and treated successfully [1]. The true incidence of Reye's Syndrome may be higher than the number of reported cases indicates [2]. Read more »

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