Study shows sanitation, nutrition better than vaccines at protecting children from disease

This April 26, 2022 article from the Children’s Health Defense (CHD) Team discusses the result of a conducted by researchers from the University of California, Irvine (UCI).

Using data from India, the study entitled Association between vaccine preventable diseases in children and improved sanitation following a nationwide sanitation campaign in India: an ecological analysis, found that old-school public health interventions such as improvements in nutrition and sanitation have done better at strengthening young children’s immune response and reducing their disease burden.

Editor’s Note: This article debunks the belief that vaccination is the only way to stop the spread of childhood diseases. It indicates the reality that even if vaccines work, they cannot be the sole focus of public health intervention.

We also encourage you to read the articles Vaccines: Trojan Horses for Global Sterilization and Surveillance and Alternative views concerning the COVID-19 vaccine to discover that routine vaccines have not been as successful as we were led to believe.

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