Dewey Ross Duffel 
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Re: “Idaho's Epidemic of Fear: Vaccination Liberation Movement Takes a Shot at Public Health

It is sad that Christine Hahn is claimed to be an epidemiologist. Epidemiology shows that 90% of the historical decline in infectious disease occurred before the introduction of specific vaccines. Epidemiology leads to the conclusion that sanitary and nutritional reforms were very important in conquering infectious diseases while vaccines were late comers that made little or no contribution to disease decline.

Why do children occasionally die with diseases, such as measles, that typically are mild? The average 90% decline cited above that occurred before the introduction of specific vaccines is part of the evidence that death is related primarily to nutritional status. Vaccines can not correct nutritional deficiencies. A child that can die of measles (or similar diseases) can and certainly will die of vaccine toxicity if vaccinated. Vaccines do not save lives but simply bring about an earlier death for the child that is subject to inadequate nutrition or poor absorption of available nutrients.

A retrospective study of over 500,000 children performed in Denmark showed that children who received the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine had a higher incidence of autism than children who did not receive MMR. Yet the lead author, an employee of the state owned pharmaceutical company that manufactured the vaccine was allowed to cover up the facts and his lie is still being repeated by unwitting doctors and public health officials.

"Choice has consequences." True, and injecting toxic materials into children's bodies is a poor choice for state funded employees to promote.

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Posted by Dewey Ross Duffel on 12/15/2011 at 11:10 PM

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