Immunization: The Reality Behind the Myth

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1995 - Medical - 285 pages


The only book that explores the vaccination issue from political, ethical, psychological, aesthetic, and spiritual perspectives. Using principles of general semantics to recognize propaganda, particularly medical propaganda, it points to the power of the media to create our reality. James suggests an unusual consciousness-raising plan of action to insure freedom of choice and non-harrassment of persons who choose to stay off the vaccine bandwagon. The author's controversial position is supported throughout the book by the scientific discoveries of researchers who have received little recognition in orthodox medical literature. This new, completely revised edition shows: how vaccinations damage the immune and nervous systems, the vaccine-drug-AIDS connection, how to become propaganda-proof, and how to develop new paradigms of health and preventive medicine.

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Contents

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About the author (1995)

WALENE JAMES is a free-lance writer and lecturer. She has contributed articles to Health Freedom News, At The Crossroads, Metro, and The International Vaccination Newsletter. Her earlier book, Handbook For Educating In the New Age was published in 1977.

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