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Springfield, VA 22161, 703-487-4650, 703-
2 Reported by KM Severyn,R.Ph.,Ph.D. in
the Dayton Daily News, May 28, 1993.
(Ohio Parents for Vaccine Safety, 251
Ridgeway Dr. Dayton, OH 45459)
3 National Vaccine Information Center
(NVIC), 512 Maple Ave. W. #206, Vienna,
VA 22180, 703-938-0342; Investigative
Report on the Vaccine Adverse Event
4 Viera Scheibner, PhD, Vaccination: 100
Years of Orthodox Research Shows that
Vaccines Represent a Medical Assault on
the Immune System.
5 W.C. Torch, Diptheria-pertussis-tetanus
(DPT) immunization: A potential cause of
the sudden infant death syndrome
(SIDS),' (Amer. Academy of Neurology,
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6 Confounding in studies of adverse
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8 The Fresno Bee, Community Relations,
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11 Measles vaccine failures: lack of sustained measles specific immunoglobulin G responses inrevaccinated adolescents and young adults.Department of Pediatrics, GeorgetownUniversity Medical Center, Washington, DC 20007. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal. 13(1):34-8, 1994 Jan.
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18 MMWR 33(24), 6/22/84.
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21 Physician William Howard Hay's address
of June 25, 1937; printed in the Congressional Record.
22 Outbreak of paralytic poliomyelitis in Oman; evidence for widespread transmission among fully vaccinated children Lancet vol 338: Sept 21, 1991;
23 Neil Miller, Vaccines: Are They Safe and
Effective? p 33.
24 Chicago Dept. of Health.
25 See Note 23 pp 18-40.
26 See Note 23 pp 45,46 [NVIC News, April 92, p121.
27 S. Curtis, A Handbook of Homeopathic
Alternatives to Immunization.
28 Darrell Huff, How to Lie With Statistics, p84.
29 quoted from the internet, credited to Keith Block, M.D., a family physician from Evanston, Illinois, who has spent years collecting data in the medical literature on immunizations.
30See Note 20, p 15.
32 See Note 20, p 21 (British Medical
Council Publication 272, May 1950)
33 See Note 20, p 21; also Note 23 p 47 (Buttram, MD, Hoffman, Mothering Magazine, Winter 1985 p 30; Kalokerinos and Dettman, MDs, The Dangers of Immunization,' Biological Research Inst. [Australia], 1979, p 49).
34 Archie Kalolerinos, MD, Every Second
Child, Keats Publishing, Inc. 1981
35 Reported by KM Severyn,R.Ph,Ph.D. in
the Dayton Daily News, June 3, 1995.
36 Vaccine Information and Awareness,
Measles and Antibody litre Levels,'
from Vaccine Weekly, January 1996.
37 NVIC Press Release, Consumer Group Warns use of New Chicken Pox Vaccine in all Healthy Children May Cause More Serious Disease'.
38 See note 35 (quoted from The Lancet)
39 Hearings before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, 87th Congress, Second Session on H.R. 10541, May
40 UIlman, Discovering Homeopathy, p 42 (Thomas L. Bradford, Logic Figures, p68,
113-146; Coulter, Divided Legacy, Vol 3, p268).
41 See Note 27.
42 See Note 27.
43 Golden, Isaac, Vaccination?A Review of Risks and Alternatives.
lan Phillips, the author of this booklet, lives and works in the USA. Hence much of his experience and data comes from North America. However, the issues raised by vaccination are global, with implications for citizens of every country.
Each country has different statutory regulations, a different range of vaccinations on offer (e.g. Sweden stopped vaccinating against whooping cough in 1979) and a different philosophy regarding the promotion of each vaccine. Although written from a U.S. perspective, the issues are common to the UK. Vaccination is not compulsory in the UK but there are still huge pressures on parents to have their children vaccinated
and a distinct lack of widely available literature on the adverse effects of vaccination. Vaccination in the UK is still regarded by most health professionals and the public at large as being necessary and beneficial.
We have published this booklet in order to readdress the balance and to make this information available to all. This booklet is produced and distributed at cost for the benefit of all children, everywhere.
We have added a section at the end of this booklet to point you towards further reading material, contact groups and other paths you might want to follow.