In Episode 7 of “The Infectious Myth,” David Crowe talks with Suzanne Humphries, M.D., and Roman Bystrianyk, authors of the 2012 book “Dissolving Illusions,” a critical history of vaccination.
Suzanne is a mainstream kidney specialist who started to notice that many people coming into emergency rooms with kidney failure were recently vaccinated, which prompted her to start her own research. Roman overcame his own health problems due to bad diet and lifestyle in a natural way, and applied this knowledge to learning more about the vaccination of his own children. Together they put their information together into a very well-referenced book.
Together they discuss the history of vaccination, focusing particularly on smallpox, polio and the combined vaccine for diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus (DTP or DPT). Their information identifies non-infectious causes for some of the symptoms, such as bad living conditions and pesticides, how treatments by doctors sometimes worsened these diseases, and most particularly, how most epidemics had declined, sometimes by as much as 99%, before the vaccines for them came into use.
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