Originally Posted by Turquesa
Um, the 1979 uptake rate for 3 doses of oral polio was 59.7%. I'm looking at that year because that was when there was the last recorded case of U.S.-born wild polio. So how the...
This series of articles by Hilary Butler is probably the best I have read on the subject, her articles are always well referenced:
Part 1: Vaccines and neonatal immune development
Part 2: How a baby fights...
Originally Posted by MichelleZB
However, diseases vaccines prevent (like polio) are pretty hearty and it is not easy to fight them even for the healthiest person.
That is a myth, in 90 to 95% of...
pek64, I am still searching for the study, however, I did remember Heidi Stevenson writing about the failed MRSA V710 vax which despite creating antibodies in people, failed to protect them, more people died of MRSA after receiving the...
Originally Posted by prosciencemum
A. I can't see why bowel problems would cause neurological problems.
B. There's no good evidence linking vaccines with bowel problems.
I do see that...