Immunization: The Reality behind the Myth

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IMMUNIZATION
THE REALITY BEHIND THE MYTH

Walene James

FOREWORD BY Robert S. Mendelsohn, M.D.

SECOND EDITION Revised and Updated

BERGIN & GARVEY Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations xi
  • Foreword xiii
  • Preface to the Second Edition xv
  • Notes xix
  • Acknowledgments xxi
  • Note to the Reader xxiii
  • Part I - Deprogramming 1
  • 1 - The Tyranny of What Everyone Knows 3
  • 2 - Are Immunizations Harmless? 8
  • 3 - Are Immunizations Effective? (The Statistical Mill) 32
  • 4 - Creating Natural Immunity 52
  • Part II - Beyond Disease Wars 67
  • 5 - Do Germs Cause Disease or Does Disease Cause Germs? 69
  • 6 - Germ Fallout- Rabies, Pasteurization, and Vaccines 86
  • 7 - The New Biology, the New Immunology 100
  • 8 - Holism, Epidemics, and Preventive Medicine"" 113
  • 9 - Beautiful" and "Ugly" Solutions" 138
  • Part III - Free to Choose 157
  • 10 - Appointment with Tyranny 159
  • 11 - Let My People Go"" 173
  • 12 - Waking from the Propaganda Trance 186
  • Suggested Additional Readings 208
  • 13 - The Coming Revolution in Healthcare 209
  • Suggested Additional Readings 222
  • 14 - Reclaiming Our Heritage- What You Can Do Now 223
  • Appendixes 251
  • Index 277
  • About the Author 287
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