Author : A Phoenix journal
Title : 214
Year : 1997
Link download : A_Phoenix_journal_-_214.zip
CHAPTER 1. THE NEWS DESK SPECIAL REPORT by Dr. Al Overholt 10/6/97. VACCINATIONS: PART II (Part I was in the 9/30/97 CONTACT). CDC: WHOPPING-COUGH VACCINE MAY WEAR OFF. From UNKNOWN NEWSPAPER, 1997: (quoting) Health officials are warning that the whooping-cough vaccine doesn’t last a lifetime—as an outbreak in Vermont demonstrated last year. The outbreak had 290 people hacking, almost all of them teenagers. The vaccine is highly effective for early childhood years, but it may wane over time,” Dr. Dalya Guris, an epidemiologist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Thursday. Five doses of whooping-cough vaccine by age 7 are recommended for maximum protection. After that, no booster shots or catch-up vaccines have been approved in the United States. (End quoting) The Elite must figure if they don’t get you with five doses they’ll have to try another method. ...
A Phoenix journal - 214
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