Who is healthier?
The AVN, with the help and support of its members across Australia and around the world, has erected a billboard (see the image below) in Brisbane QLD. It asks the simple question about who is healthier – the vaccinated or the unvaccinated. This is because October is International Vaccine Injury Month. This is a time to recognise, think of and acknowledge the toll that vaccines take and have taken on the health and wellbeing of children and adults worldwide.
Vaccination has been practised for well over 200 years so one would expect that in all that time, long-term studies comparing the overall health of groups of vaccinated and unvaccinated children and adults would have been performed. These comparisons should have examined outcomes such as overall health, rates of chronic disease and disability, rates of infection (both infections with the diseases targeted by vaccines and other infections) and any other issues which might be related to these medical procedures.
If we assume these sorts of studies have been done, however, we would be mistaken…. [Read More]