Vaccines – A Public Health Achievement

Vaccines – A Public Health Achievement


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Hashtag Vaccines By The Numbers Between 2001 And 2010 the United States saw big declines in the number of cases of vaccine-preventable diseases, like rotavirus and pneumococcal disease. Making vaccines one of the 10 greatest public health achievements of the decade. Despite this, outbreaks can still happen. Vaccines can help protect your child from 14 serious diseases by age 2. Learn how vaccines can help protect your child. Visit www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents
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9 Replies to “Vaccines – A Public Health Achievement”

  1. LOL despite our vaccine efficacy outbreaks still happen, which literally is admission your trash is a lie. And everyone knows it now thanks to the fantastic work by Ty Bollinger, Russel Blaylock, Sayer Ji, Mike Adams, etc.

    In the age of information, it must be expensive to pedal this lie.

  2. public awareness of the tragedy that is vaccines is coming to the tipping point. the jig is up big pharma. you had your chance to come clean and all you did was lie. your industry will crumble. buh-bye.

  3. From the folks who brought us Thalidomide, Vioxx and Celebrex! Allopathic medicine's track record is breath-taking! Fully informed consent is essential.

  4. The biggest public health achievement is cleaning up the environment. People live longer, more healthy. Diseases go away. Vaccines does little to nothing at all.

  5. Yep, lots of vaccines, lots of chronic disease, and one great big winnerBig Pharma, caching!!! 54% of American. children suffer from a chronic condition. Immoral business practices, corruption politicians = sick children.

  6. You also going to release the 10,000 documents and data that your research center has commitef scientific fraud? Ha probably not. Even tho it is labeled public information…

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