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Vaccines are founded on faith & superstition notes Dr. Suzanne Humphries
Tuesday, December 22, 2020 6:08 pm Email this article
Vaccination is founded on faith and superstition according to an article published in The Lancet in 1938 notes Suzanne Humphries, MD.
The 1938 article also notes that vaccines should be a personal choice.
“When injecting a healthy individual with anything we are always skating on thin ice,” the article notes.
“We prefer to let compulsory vaccination die a natural death.”
The article also notes that every vaccine goes through its craze stage.
The article also states that, “Immunization… should remain a matter of private, not a public, venture – a question for the individual to decide on personal grounds and in terms of their own risks, fears, and prejudices.”
Suzanne Humphries, MD, is the author of the wonderful book on vaccines Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and The Forgotten History.
Anyone who believes that vaccines are safe and effective, and that vaccines have saved millions of lives, should read this book. It might change your mind.
Suzanne Humphries, MD’s website is here.
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