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The Smallpox Vaccine Was No Silver Bullet

The Smallpox Vaccine Was No Silver Bullet

Modern beliefs and opinions about the validity of vaccine science are based on the thinking and observations of British physician Edward Jenner (1749-1823). Jenner’s experiments during the late 18th century, when he was searching for a way to prevent smallpox, gained for him widespread fame as the father of immunology. Jenner formulated his theory…

Measles Vaccine Kills 15 Children in South Sudan

Measles Vaccine Kills 15 Children in South Sudan

The World Health Organization (WHO) reported on June 1, 2017 that 15 children in the village of Nachodokopele, South Sudan died following receiving the live attenuated virus measles vaccine. The WHO attributed the deaths to “severe sepsis/toxicity resulting from the administration…

Gelatin in Vaccines Can Cause Allergic Reactions

Gelatin in Vaccines Can Cause Allergic Reactions

The substance known as “gelatin” is a protein usually obtained from cows or pigs and produced by the partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted by boiling animal parts such as cartilage, tendons, skin, bones and ligaments in water. It acts a stabilizer, thickener and texturizer in food products such as yogurt, cream cheese, ice cream, marshmallows, etc.

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