The term Herd Immunity provided by vaccinations is often bandied about. It provides a cosy feeling of protection from a number of diseases, but looking at this term more deeply dispels this myth.
Herd Immunity was a phrase first coined in 1933 by a German Doctor A W Hedrich. Who observed that “when 68% of the population under the age of 15 years had natural immunity to measles, epidemics did not occur” Of course, natural immunity should not be confused with a acquired immunity provided by vaccinations. In Doctor Russell Blaylock’s article “THE DEADLY IMPOSSIBILITY of HERD IMMUNITY Through Vaccination” he makes a powerful case for why Herd Immunity is a myth.

You can read his article Here

Originally posted 2013-03-22 17:43:32.

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