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  1. As expected, this booklet is an outspoken condemnation of vaccination, which Shelton regarded as a “filthy practice” originating in religious superstition.The first chapter presents vaccination as dangerous, based on testimonials and epidemiological records. He cites newspaper accounts of people harmed by vaccines, and cases from medical journals. Such anecdotal evidence doesn’t necessarily prove anything. In chapter two he argues from logic and empirical evidence that vaccination is ineff [...]

  2. Although not a recent book, the data presented is conclusive proof that the vaccines for smallpox and many other diseases mentioned, were not only not helpful in preventing the diseases they were supposedly inoculating against, but also harmful to a great many. A short book, but a great read none the less.

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