Vaccinations and the Human Body

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Vaccination is not Immunization

The first thing I want you to know is that vaccination is not the same as immunization. Vaccination is administering antigen or attenuated (half dead) viruses into the blood stream in order to stimulate the body’s immune system to produce antibodies.
Immunization is the successful production of these antibodies in quantities large enough to ward off future infections of the same virus.

Vaccinations Are Introduced Into the Body In A Foreign Manner.

By introducing the vaccination into the blood stream we bypass two very important defense barriers:

  • The mucous linings of the nose and throat
  • And the highly acidic environment of the stomach.

In doing so the body receives foreign proteins that have not been properly processed. Changes that occur to viruses while going thru this natural pathway are not simulated in vaccines; therefore vaccinations cannot mirror natural diseases. And for various reasons, the body may not have recognized the antigen in the vaccine and not produced sufficient amounts of antibody.

Unless you have a specific antibody test after a vaccination you cannot be sure that you have become immunized.

Most vaccines are given within the first 24 months of life. The nervous system and the immune system of an infant are not fully developed until the age of two. Why then are vaccines administered before the body is fully equipped to handle them?
Natural immunity can only be acquired by contacting whole, live┬ávirus by normal methods (not injection) so all the body’s defenses can react.┬áSignificant decline in incidence rates of infectious diseases occurred before the introduction of its vaccine.

If vaccination is as safe and effective as it is portrayed to be why do malpractice and product liability insurers refuse to cover the procedure?

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