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From Chapter 3: Vaccine Safety. Dr. Richard Moskowitz MD

From Chapter 3: Vaccine Safety. According to the established standards of biomedical science, almost all  of the industry’s safety trials are fundamentally defective in three critical respects. Instead of inert placebo, their so-called “control” groups receive either the highly reactive … Continue reading

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Vaccination Not All Black and White

Published on Nov 22, 2016 Arlington Community Media, Inc. Some two hundred years ago, philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer wrote presciently, “All truth passes through three stages: First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.” … Continue reading

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Vaccine Effectiveness- Dr. Richard Moskowitz MD.

Here is the next excerpt from: VACCINES: A REAPPRAISAL by Dr. Richard Moskowitz The measles vaccine was spectacularly successful but unnecessary, since the disease had already evolved from a killer into a normal disease of childhood, so that vaccinating kids … Continue reading

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VACCINES: A REAPPRAISAL by Dr. Richard Moskowitz (excerpt from Chapter 1

From Chapter 1: Immunity, True and False. The natural immunity acquired by coming down with and recovering from acute febrile diseases like the measles, resulting in expulsion of the offending organism from the body, are the formative experiences by which … Continue reading

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VACCINES: A REAPPRAISAL by Dr. Richard Moskowitz

Here is some information about Dr. Richard Moskowitz MD, Watertown MA.  I have known Dr. Moskowitz for over a decade, and his advice and guidance to many clients has been very thoughtful and helpful. Dr. Moskowitz has been a very … Continue reading

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