ISSUES IN IMMUNIZATION THEORY AND PRACTICE
Prepared by: Raymond Obomsawin Ph.D.
FIGURE SET 1. Natural Infectious Disease Declines Preceding Public Immunization Efforts
Figures one (I) through ten (IO) graphically illustrate that in North America, Europe, and the South Pacific, major declines in life-threatening infectious diseases occurred historically either without, or far in advance of public immunization efforts for specific diseases as listed. This provides irrefutable evidence that vaccines are not necessary for the effective elimination of a wide range of infectious diseases
FIGURE SET II. Immunization Effectiveness
Figures eleven (11) through nineteen (19) graphically illustrate that immunization is not by any means a proven and foolproof measure for protection from various infectious disease conditions. It is often inconsequential epidemiologically, and in some cases it is shown to actually worsen health-care outcomes.
FIGURE SET III. Immunization Dangers
Figures twenty (20) through twenty-nine (29) graphically illustrate that increases in the number of government mandated vaccines correlates with significant increases in death rates for children under the age of five (5); and that the practice is linked to sudden infant death syndrome; various degenerative diseases, including diabetes; and appears to cause general immune system impairment in infants and children. Evidence also points to the practice of immunization as a principal factor in the recent massive increases in neurodegenerative conditions such as autism in children.