Vaccines are often regarded as a necessity for good health. Without it, you’re sure to catch some kind of horrible disease like whooping cough. Or at the very least, that’s what most of us have been led to believe for most of our lives. But what if vaccination is actually what makes people sick?A massive rebuttal to the Forbes article written in 2012 by Steven Salzberg was authored by Dr. Paul G. King, Ph.D., of FAME Systems. In his rebuttal, Dr. King tears apart the popular belief that the reemergence of devastating infectious diseases is a direct result of people not getting vaccinated. In fact, Dr. King posits that it is the current vaccination schedule in and of itself that is causing disease outbreaks. In reference to a spike on whooping cough, Dr. King suggests that vaccines are neither effective at combatting whooping cough long-term for inoculated people, nor is it a cost-effective means of protection. He also states that vaccination only serves to increase the number of people who are carriers of low levels of the disease.
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