Comparing Natural Immunity with Vaccination
Starting with the question, 'Do germs cause disease?', Trevor presents information to challenge vaccine safety and effectiveness, and the decline in disease. Suitable for patient education.
Particularly useful for homeopaths who find themselves called upon to present the subject of vaccination to their patients and/or the public.
49 pp pb
This new booklet is based on the lecture of the same title presented by homeopath Trevor Gunn, and challenges many of the assumptions made about vaccination.
It will be particularly useful for homeopaths who find themselves called upon to present the subject of vaccination to their patients and/or the public. It presents all of the essential points with supporting documentation, historical, and scientific references.
Illness and susceptibility, consequences of acute disease, the immune system and a brief focus on polio, tetanus and travel are also included.
From the Book"Questioning an established practice such as vaccination may on the surface seem like a vast and complicated task. However if we start by asking some of the basic questions, such as, what is the rationale of vaccinating, why and how was this method popularized, are germs really the source of disease, and what role has vaccination played in the fall of infectious diseases, then this complex subject begins to unfold into a much simpler issue."
ContentsA Brief History -- 7
Creating Vaccines -- 11
Vaccine Safety -- 12
Declines in Disease -- 14
Reporting -- 22
Disease Classification -- 23
Vaccination Trials -- 24
Illness and the Immune System -- 26
Chronic Disease = Persistent Response -- 33
Susceptibility -- 37
Consequences of Acute Illness -- 38
Polio -- 40
Tetanus -- 42
Travel -- 44
Conclusion -- 45
Useful References -- 48