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Vaccinations 100 Years of Orthodox Research Paperback – Dec 1993

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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: V. Scheibner (Dec. 1993)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 064615124X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0646151243
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 14.6 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 968,991 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Summary of the history of vaccination by an author who has researched this for many years. Read and make up your mind on the issue of mass vaccination.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Johan Kangas on 21 May 2014
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Since to book references numerous articles and brings out the most important points of those articles it is a must read by everyone interested in vaccines. I listened to Viera many years ago and was amazed at what she had found and it changed my decision about vaccines forever. I will never vaccinate myself again and I will never vaccinate my children. I also have so many friends now who chose not to vaccinate and their children are all healthy. I have over the years realized that all these vaccines are a medical assault on the immune system and does a lot more damage than it does good.
But please, make up your own mind after reading this book.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Benedetti on 7 July 2014
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should be more widely published
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126 of 136 people found the following review helpful
An excellent summary of research on vaccination. 26 Sept. 1999
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As a research scientist with 30 years of medical research behind me, including 10 years in biotechnology and vaccine development, I had never questioned the basic assumptions regarding vaccination. Scheiber's book on vaccine research has completely changed my views on the safety and efficacy of vaccination. She cites study after study, such as the 1950's studies with polio vaccine which involved nearly 2 million children, which conclusively showed at the time that the utility of polio vaccination is zero. Well, I thought as I read on, at least the smallpox vaccine wiped out smallpox. Wrong! It was also exhaustively compared with non-vaccination and found to have no benefit. In fact, the vaccine has no effect on smallpox infection except to predispose the vaccinee to infection. I had no idea. I am still in a state of shock. Hasn't anyone at the Centers for Disease Control looked at the data? Why such a practice is still continued in the face of all this evidence is beyond my comprehension. Needless to say, my research interests are no longer directed toward vaccination but rather toward something more useful and productive. This book is an excellent summary of the history of vaccination with numerous references at the end of each chapter. It has some typos which confuse the reader on occasion but the content is well worth the time it takes to read this excellent book. This book is an eye opener!
63 of 69 people found the following review helpful
Best referenced book on vaccination yet. 10 Jun. 1999
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As a physician, I was skeptical of vaccination efficacy and safety a decade ago. Since this book was released, I have solidified my opinion against vaccines; in advising my patients and caring for my own child. Every physician should read this book. Compulsory, government-mandated vaccinations will predictably be abolished if the truth is widely disseminated. Take a look at Harris Coulter's fine work on vaccination and criminality. It will wake you up!
50 of 59 people found the following review helpful
This book is solid-packed scientific facts! 5 Mar. 1999
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Vierra Scheibner's book is the most scholarly and scientific work supporting the viewpoint that vaccination is not healthy or safe. I have read many books on this subject, and I consider her book to be the best for those who wish to support their views from documented scientific literature. This book is a collection of her exhaustive review of medical literature on the subject and is fully referenced. It also contains information from her doctoral work (she has a Ph.D. in medicine) on SIDS that swayed her personally against vaccination.
45 of 54 people found the following review helpful
A Must Read for All Thinking Parents and Physicians 10 Aug. 2001
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This book is essential reading for anyone who has any interest in the issue of vaccinations. There are numerous commentaries, opinions, and statistics on the subject, but Scheibner takes you to the source: the actual data from 100 years of mainstream studies conducted on vaccinations and their effects. A Ph.D. scientist, Scheibner has written a first-rate literature review that would allow readers to judge for themselves what the data has to say about each vaccine and its surrounding issues (e.g. effectiveness, risk of disease without vaccination, side effects, and more). To top it off, the book is an engrossing and easy read. Scheibner presents not only summaries of shocking empirical evidence, but she narrates it in a broad historical context that offers insight on how vaccines persisted despite damaging data throughout their history.
Scheibner stumbled onto this field after finding a temporal correlation between the DPT vaccine and a baby breathing monitor she co-invented to help prevent SIDS. This book is a result of years of subsequent literature research she conducted to investigate the issue further. She concludes from both the literature and her own research that vaccines "represent a medical assault on the immune system," and shares with the reader the studies that convinced her--complete with information on results, sample sizes, control groups, and other details that would allow the reader to have perspective on the validity and limits of each study. References may be hard to follow, because they are listed in order of mention in each chapter, but are not footnoted numerically. However, the important thing is that they are all there.
I enthusiastically recommend this book to anyone (pro or con) who wants to see published empirical evidence on vaccinations, rather than parroted opinion or threat. Scheibner has accomplished a remarkable feat in giving readers a chance to make up their own minds intelligently. I do not agree with all of Scheibner's conclusions, and you may not either. But at the end of the book, you will be able to base your agreement or disagreement on evidence, rather than on hearsay or myth. Scheibner has been accused of misrepresentation and pseudoscience. Does she sometimes make exaggerated or erroneous statements? Yes. But the value of the book lies not in her conclusions, beliefs, or statements. It lies in her summaries of pertinent data that would alert an educated reader to investigate the original articles for themselves. An thinking reader should be able to discern between belief and data. If you buy only one book on vaccinations, this should be the one.
24 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Reading 6 Jan. 1999
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I have read Viera's book and was very fortunate to attend a lecture that she gave here in Perth. The way that she has approached the subject is very logical and supported by facts. For anyone considering the fors and againsts of immunisation, I reccommend this book which sheds light on SIDS and the reality of vaccination
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