• Greg

Vaccines And Natural Disease

"I believe strongly that vaccines are worse than natural disease. The possibility of catching a natural disease is contingent upon the body's resistance and strength of its immune system; we can be exposed to an illness and not catch it because of a strong immune system that gives us resistance. With a vaccine, a pathogen is injected directly into the bloodstream and, because we cannot predict what our reactions may be, there is no foolproof way to protect ourselves or our children against any possible adverse affects. These risks may nor may not be statistically small, but they are risks nevertheless, and some of them are serious, especially those for potential neurological damage. Frankly, we don't really know exactly how often adverse events occur, because there is no active tracking system for adverse effects. If properly informed, I doubt there are many parents who would willingly subject their children to the risks of neurological damage, no matter how small they are. I certainly would prefer that my children get measles or whooping cough naturally and thereby probably develop lifelong immunity, rather than be exposed to the threat of brain damage, convulsions, Guillain-Barre syndrome, juvenile diabetes, uncontrollable seizures, and other serious adverse reactions of a vaccine."


Annemarie Corbit, PHD (Vaccine Epidemic, pg. 290)