On Immunity - Chapters 7 through 12 Summary & Analysis

Eula Biss
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The issuance of the flu warnings by the CDC during Eula son’s first year resulted in a proliferation of antibacterial soap and sanitary wipes. She didn’t fully get on the bandwagon because her father had taught her about the good side of germs. Triclosan was one of those “good-bad” germs. Measles can naturally lead to incidents of encephalitis. Without vaccination, one in every one thousand cases of measles results in encephalitis. The number of cases that result in groups of vaccinated subjects is so miniscule that it is impossible to definitely connect it to the vaccination.

A committee of medical experts formed in 2011 reviewed 12,000 vaccinations cases for the Institute of Medicine and were unable to link the MMR inoculation to autism. Despite this report and other evidence, people - especially those with autistic children - refuse to believe these conclusions and...

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