wild_sky360 saidThe articles I posted stress that naturally acquired immunity during childhood is much more effective and is also lifelong. Those who received their immunity to chicken pox and measles for example, by injection are now going to require boosters the rest of their lives to avoid life threatening adult illness.
Getting chicken pox as a child means you can get shingles as an adult. I wish my parent's vaccinated me for that back then.
Read the article in question which blames the rising epidemic of shingles on the chicken pox vaccine itself.
Hummm.... did you read the article yourself ?
I wonder, because at the end of it, you have a list sources.
Read them. The scientific studies linked do not back up many of the article point.
For example, relating your previous post, there is a link explaining the herd immunity : http://www.niaid.nih.gov/topics/Pages/communityImmunity.aspx
And as you can see it explain how it works, it certainly doesn't say it doesn't work.
So the article claims about herd immunity rely on.... personal opinions, as it's not backed up with any linked scientific reference.
As the article DO refer to scientific studies to backup some of his claims (like on pertussis), I have to assume they didn't found any scientific background to back them up on "natural /vs vaccine herd strength", otherwise, they would have used them.
It's a mix of paranoia, complot theory, demagogic call to individual right over government decision, spiced with just enough true fact and true scientific data to make it appear legit.
I'm just waiting for the part when I'm offer a promotion to to buy the book.