Tonight’s PBS special will completely destroy the anti-vaccine movement

If you’re someone who cares about science, you need to watch tonight’s PBS special on vaccines called “Vaccines: Calling the Shots.”

If you’re someone who cares about science, you need to watch tonight’s PBS special on vaccines called “Vaccines: Calling the Shots.”

The program directly attacks the anti-vaxxer movement and its hysteria from the past decade that has been linked to a resurgence of diseases once brought under control by vaccines.

From Mother Jones:

Without giving too much away, suffice it to say that “Vaccines” makes a powerful case for immunization. It lays out the overwhelming science demonstrating the safety of vaccines and also shows you how the immune system works and why conditions like autism likely have a genetic and early developmental explanation, rather than being caused by vaccine “injury.”

Unfortunately, it also shows that again and again in history, after a disease (like smallpox) is beaten back by vaccinations and medical science, people who are no longer threatened by the real danger then start to worry about the inoculation itself.

Unfortunately, this is happening again.

Watch a preview in the video below:

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    September 12, 2014 at 9:05 am

    You should be extremely worried about the HPV vaccine. There are many deaths and serious auto-immune adverse reactions reported around the world (USA, Canada, Japan, Spain, France, Denmark, Colombia, Brazil, etc).
    Our daughter suffered an immediate adverse reaction following the 3rd jab which soon became very serious. She was crippled with pain and sleeping 20-22 hours every day. It started with flu-like symptoms, with pains and feeling cold and very tired. Only afterwards did we realise it also happened with the earlier 2 jabs but we were told that it is safe and didn’t recognise the side-effects. She has now missed 3 years of school and life and it has been a huge burden on the family.
    In the UK the number of serious adverse reactions is 92 per 100,000 (approximately 100 times more than other common vaccines, including 4 deaths. Over 18,000 adverse reactions reported). Whereas the deaths due to cervical cancer have come down from 8 per 100,000 to 2 per 100,000 over the last 40 years and at this rate should disappear within 10 years – with no help from the vaccine. The vaccine efficacy is only 97% and known to be effective for several years but cervical cancer typically takes 15 years to develop.
    Why are we killing and maiming our children at huge cost when there is no need to do so?
    Make an INFORMED choice.

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