New Kindle Release: Did Jenner Really Save Us or was Nature Already on the Case? The history of infectious diseases & their decline in Ireland & beyond

Did Jenner Really Save us

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Did Jenner Really Save Us Book

Did Jenner Really Save Us Or Was Nature Already On the Case?

From the Pox to Polio in Ireland & Beyond

By

A. Parent

Jenner’s pioneering efforts and apparent success back in 1796 (the creation of the cowpox vaccine against Smallpox) established the entire rationale for vaccination and on the basis of this perceived triumph over nature itself we then went on to attempt to conquer other great contagions too. However, as it turns out, Jenner’s pioneering efforts may have taken credit where credit was not due and it now looks like nature may have been on the case all along.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER ONE

Don’t Count Your Children Before they’ve had the Pox

& Did Jenner Really Save Us?

CHAPTER TWO

Scarlet Fever Returns, but it is a Whole Lot Less Lethal

CHAPTER THREE

The Almost Universal Decline in Deaths from Infectious Diseases of Childhood

Before Our Intervention

CHAPTER FOUR

Did We Really Eradicate Polio?

EPILOGUE

The Forgotten & Rediscovered Clinical Experience with Vitamin Therapies – Protection & Recovery from Scarlet Fever, Diphtheria, Whooping Cough (Pertussis), Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Polio & perhaps even Smallpox!

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