Vaccines and natural health

Miller, Neil Z.
March 1994
Mothering;Spring94, Issue 70, p44
Presents scientific findings which dispute the safety and effectivity claims of vaccines routinely given in infancy and childhood. Polio; Diphtheria; Measles; Rubella or German measles; Mumps; Tetanus; Pertussis or whooping cough; Hemophilus Influenza type B; Hepatitis B; Other vaccines; Beyond the germ theory.


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