Vaccine Illusion: How Vaccination Compromises Our Natural Immunity And What We Can Do To Regain Our Health by Tetyana Obukhanych, PhD is unusual in that it is written by an immunologist trained in mainstream biomedical research. Obukhanych was at first enthusiastic about vaccinations and now considers them to be deceptive. Currently, she educates other parents on natural immunity in her local birth community. Chapters include: Natural Immunity to Tetanus — What a Surprise; False Proof of Immunity; Playing Russian Roulette with Flu Shots; and Why Homeopathy is Better than Tylenol.
Vaccine Nation, a thriller by David Lender is another unusual vaccine book in that it is the first vaccine thriller of its kind. Lender has written other thrillers and while Vaccine Nation has all of the sexual stereotypes of this genre, it also does an excellent job of describing the issues parents of vaccine injured parents are passionate about. It’s the story of a documentary film maker and vaccine advocate who is pursued by a corrupt pharmaceutical company. The book is a page turner; I could not put it down.
Unlocking Jake: The Story of a Rabies Vaccine, Autism & Recovery by Jennifer Hutchinson is a book about Jake, who regressed to autism after receiving a series of rabies vaccines. The book spans five years, during which time Jake begins to recover. Hutchinson is Jake’s grandmother as well as an editor for an educational publisher and a researcher into autism and vaccines.