How Corporate Greed, Biased Science, and Coercive Government Threaten Our Human Rights, Our Health, and Our Children
National polls show that Americans are increasingly concerned about vaccine safety and the right to make individual, informed choices together with their healthcare practitioners. Vaccine Epidemic focuses on the searing debate surrounding individual and parental vaccination choice in the United States. Featuring more than 20 experts from the fields of ethics, law, science, medicine, business, and history, Vaccine Epidemic urgently calls for reform. It is the essential handbook for the vaccination choice movement and required reading for all people contemplating vaccination for themselves and their children.
Louise Kuo Habakus and Mary Holland edit and introduce a diverse array of interrelated topics concerning the explosive vaccine controversy, including:
The human right to vaccination choice
The ethics and constitutionality of vaccination mandates
Personal narratives of parents, children, and soldiers who have suffered vaccine injury
Vaccine safety science and evidence-based medicine
Corrupting conflicts of interest in the national vaccine program
What should parents do? A review of eight advice books on vaccines that span the gamut.
Listeners with a special interest in one of America’s most contentious ongoing debates may find this comprehensive entry into the cultural discourse particularly interesting. Louise Kuo Habakus and Mary Holland edit this extensive treatise on vaccination choice, ethics, and science, which also contains reviews of further, more specialized books within the field.
Kris Koscheski and Coleen Marlo employ crisp diction to great effect in their performance of Vaccine Epidemic, providing an objective delivery of the interesting and educational information contained within.
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Opinionated and inaccurate
Extremely opinionated with a lot of inaccurate information. It was very biased. Basically just inaccurate information attacking vaccines.
- T. Smith "Tristan Smith"