Immunologist Tetyana Obukhanych Ph.D
She points out that vaccines have stripped mothers, and by extension, their baby, of the capacity for life-long immuno-protection, given the absence of natural childhood exposure to measles in the environment.
“I am very concerned that “immunologic memory” of adjuvant-containing vaccines is actually the basis of sensitization rather than the basis of immunity. Furthermore, I am very concerned that “successful” prevention of childhood diseases by means of short-term protective effects of live attenuated viral vaccines during childhood has led to the loss of maternal ability to transfer immuno-protection to their young, thereby leaving infants vulnerable to those diseases, should the exposure occur."
I gave this video a shot the other day when putting off laundry. Part of my problem was probably due to my laptop having crappy speakers and me having a bit of difficulty comprehending accents on occasion, but I could not make out what she was saying half the time an kept having to go back an try to hear it again. Between the ear strain and trying to watch/read through the shaky camera work, all I really got out of it before I had to go pick up kids (I think I made it about ten minute in) was a headache. All for information I probably could have read about in a minute. So not worth it.