You will hear the term Vaccine Preventable Disease used frequently by those promoting the widespread use of vaccination. This is a marketing term created by the industry to help sell their products. Because the science clearly shows that vaccines can fail to prevent the infections they’re designed to, and in some cases can actually cause the very illness they’re supposed to prevent, the term preventable is completely illogical. Likewise, the use of the term disease is not entirely accurate, as disease typically indicates longterm, chronic ailments, not acute, self-resolving infections.
We feel a more realistic term is Vaccine Targeted Infections, and these infections don’t need to be feared.
The following pages offer simple overviews of each of the Vaccine Targeted Infections:
More coming soon.