Dr Tetyana Obukhanych, PhD, explains the difference between immunity acquired naturally and via vaccination. She also explains the myth of herd immunity. I urge you to make time to watch this video. The links to the references mentioned in this video is listed below. Dr. Obukhanych is the author of “Vaccine Illusion“.
References mentioned in the video:
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- N Boulianne, G De Serres, B Duval, JR Joly, F Meyer, P Déry, M. Alary, D Le Hénaff, N Thériault, “Major measles epidemic in the region of Quebec despite a 99% vaccine coverage“, Canadian Journal of Public Health = Revue Canadienne de Sante Publique [01 May 1991, 82(3):189-190]
- P A Sutcliffe and E Rea, “Outbreak of measles in a highly vaccinated secondary school population“, Canadian Medical Association Journal, 1996 Nov 15; 155(10)
- G.D. Serres et al, “Largest Measles Epidemic in North America in a Decade—Quebec, Canada, 2011: Contribution of Susceptibility, Serendipity, and Superspreading Events“, The Journal of Infectious Diseases, Volume 207, Issue 6, 15 March 2013
- G.A. Poland, “Variability in immune response to pathogens: using measles vaccine to probe immunogenetic determinants of response“, American Journal of Human Genetic, 1998 Feb; 62(2)
- G.A. Poland, I.G. Ovsyannikova, R. M. Jacobson, “Adversomics: The Emerging Field of Vaccine Adverse Event Immunogenetics“, Pediatric Infection Dissease Journal, 2009 May; 28(5)
- H.M. Yang, M. Mao, C. Wan, “Vitamin A for treating measles in children“, Cochrane Library, 19 October 2005
- Siyuan Chen et al, “Influence of vitamin A status on the antiviral immunity of children with hand, foot and mouth disease“, Clinical Nutrition, August 2012, Volume 31, Issue 4
- J.J. Cannell et al, “Epidemic influenza and vitamin D“, Epidemiology and Infection, Volume 134, Issue 6 December 2006
- T. Sugimura et al, “Risks of antipyretics in young children with fever due to infectious disease“, Pediatrics International, Volume 36, Issue 4, August 1994
- Ahmady et al, “The adverse effects of antypyretcs in measles”, Indian Pediatrics, 1981
- T.F. Doran, “Acetaminophen: More harm than good for chickenpox?“, The Journal of Pediatrics, June 1989Volume 114, Issue 6
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