From a microbiologist

What a blunder I forgot to complete the immune system

Quoting J.B. Handley from Facebook
“This might be the best thing I’ve ever read explaining the foundation of sand that our country’s national vaccine program is built upon. The antibiotics/super-bug dilemma is the perfect analogy for what’s also happening with vaccines and our immune systems–look at mumps outbreaks and the definitive science that when people get a SECOND flu shot, they’re more at risk for getting the flu. If everyone could read and understand what’s written here….our kids would be far better off,”

Article attributed to John Dorman, Ph.D

“I do believe that a vaccine can, under some circumstances, provide temporary ‘immunity’ or protection from an infectious pathogen, however that is where my faith in inoculation ends.

#Vaccines were never intended to be the first-line of defense against infectious disease nor were they intended to be provided under such an aggressive immunization schedule.

As most of you are aware, the development of modern sanitation has contributed far more to limit the spread of disease than the vaccine.

My greatest issue with the current #vaccine_schedule is that it fuels the fire of #viral_mutation. Consider the 2015 measles outbreak at #Disneyland. It had nothing to do with the un-vaccinated, but rather a very simple process of an accelerated morbillivirus mutation. Continue reading “From a microbiologist”