Manufacturers of vaccines attempt to provide an immunity that parallels the immunity that follows natural infection, but what happens when the vaccine doesn’t provide this immunity? Are the drug manufacturers culpable in a fraud that used a flawed testing methodology?
Did the measles vaccine perform as it was intended? Even in highly vaccinated populations, outbreaks still occur. Why?
After a vaccine is approved by health authorities, how are they ensured to be safe? If there are complications, how is it recorded? Who is held responsible if issues arise?
How does the World Health Organization (WHO) approve and endorse a new vaccine? What safety studies are performed? How is vaccine safety monitored? Is it more or less strict than other pharmaceutical drugs?
Why was the measles vaccine created, even while doctors then questioned its necessity?
What is herd immunity? Many vaccination policies and pundits believe that protecting herd immunity is imperative. But what about the natural herd immunity of people groups?
Why is there a dramatic fall in mortality from measles from the early 1900s onward? What are the differences in index cases, secondary cases? Why does birth order matter?
How did humans first contract the measles virus? How has measles affected the human population over time? What is the difference between morbidity and mortality statistics?
Did vaccines cause the dramatic drop in mortality from history's greatest killers?
Why are measles so important? What is the difference between mortality and morbidity? Why does it matter?