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- Publication Date: February 17, 2012
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B007AW2CLG
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Vaccine Illusion Kindle Edition
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You can easily search for videos under her name of which there are several good ones.
This book surprised me; without getting too technical, it goes deep into the immunology side of why vaccines are not working, what unintended germ and exposure consequences they are creating, why "Herd Immunity" cannot exist through vaccinations, how antibody-mediated immunity works--and it even debunks the several misconceptions surrounding the early history of vaccinology. This is honest work. The author is providing you academic knowledge of what we do and do not know about our millenial-old immune system, which leads any common sense person to question whether we truly do need a better understanding of the immune system before we continue injecting drugs into our bodies. The author gives you some good reasons why the study of Immunology has really lost sight of the goal and how all the issues we are seeing with drugs points to the same lesson.
This books is well-researched with sources cited, but it isn't going to bash you over the head with the politics of vaccines. It is not over-bearing. Rather, it's going to provide you with the educational background to honestly question their validity and safety. This book will actually answer with factual textbook immunology lessons many of the questions you might have as to WHY. There are some areas of the book that are rather strong in opinion without a full validation of the premise, but overall you will learn a lot.
Notice that the very few 1 star reviews on this book are neither from verified purchases nor give you any reason why they don't like it--just the typical name calling of those opposed to vaccine choice. As for the "fellow immunologist" review, I find it had to believe that a fellow academician would submit a 1 star review based on hypothetical questions for the author without either providing their own credentials or contacting the author directly.
Once you read this book, everything you see on the internet on both sides regarding the actual science of the issue will start making sense.