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Vaccines: claiming credit when none was due

“The Role of Public Health Improvements in Health Advances: The 20th Century United States”

The above paper was written by the economist David Cutler of Harvard University and research associate Grant Miller of Stanford University. They’re not ‘anti-vaxxers’ – they’re just two men looking at the effects of clean water and effective sewage systems in American cities, introduced between 1900 and 1936. You’ll see from the following graph that major infectious diseases dropped away long before vaccines were introduced, and long before vaccines took the credit for halting epidemics. The numbers relate to shares of total mortality (viz., the percentage of overall deaths from all causes.) I’ve added the right-hand column to detail when available vaccines were first introduced.

Cause of death19001936Vaccines
Major infectious disease39.317.9Too broad for vaccines
Tuberculosis11.15.3Mass vaccination

after WWII (post 1945)

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I breed Naturally Reared UKC Carolina Dogs, I consult/coach natural rearing to carnivore pet owners, with a focus on Naturopathy and the Raw Diet. I live on a mini farm with my husband, dogs and goats and various fowl and in my spare time, I make all natural lotions and enjoy Barn Hunt trials with my dogs.

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