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Introduction to vaccination information:
The Controversy
And What eliminated smallpox?
Prevaling attitudes in the Vaccine controversy

What eliminated smallpox disease?

Typical attitudes held by both sides of the Vaccination Controversy
Pro man-made VaccinePro Nature's methods
Believes vaccination has saved millions of lives. Believes sanitary reforms and nutritional changes saved millions. Knows vaccination had an insignificant effect on disease decline.
Believes vaccination is a necessary and highly important part of public health measures. While sanitation and nutition are seen as being of little or no importance. Believes sanitation and nutrition vitally important and vaccination is of little or no worth.
Believes vaccination is a 'safe' procedure. Accepts fact that injection of foreign matter into a body can never be safe.
Believes vaccination is so beneficial that keeping knowledge of vaccine adverse reactions from the public is justified. Believes that exercising 'informed choice' is more important than any seeming or alleged 'value' of mandatory vaccine programs.
Believes that vaccination makes fundamental improvements in health. Immunity can only come after disease or vaccination. Believes that fundamental health improvements can only come from 'life style' activities. (sanitation, good nutrition, moderate attitudes, etc.) Believes immunity is a state of health and does not depend upon either prior disease or vaccination.
Believes that the best health comes as a result of vaccination. Unvaccinated healthy individuals are just 'lucky and rare'. Knows that unvaccinated children have fewer colds, visits to Emergency room, ear infections, etc. The introduction of vaccine ingredients does burden and reduce the bodies ability to remain healthy.
Fears nature and natural disease;
believes in man made concoctions.
Fears man made concoctions;
trusts nature and typically gives little fear to disease threat.
Believes in 'Germ Theory of Disease', gives little thought to causes for susceptability. Believes in the power of disease to kill. Believes that disease is caused by a chemical imbalance, typical of toxic tissue. Knows that people die from a 'failure to heal' due to a nutritional deficiency not 'big, strong germs.' Fatal nutritional deficiency is often a lack of vitamin A or C.
Reasons for the decline of smallpox incidence and mortality
Major reasonsDetails
Cleaner Water Protection of water source from pollution.
Care in protecting delivery system from sewer and other contamination.
Cleaner Air Cleaning stables.
Cleaning streets.
Putting sewers underground.
Covering Cesspools/septic tanks.
Less crowded housing.
Nutrition Sanitary food habits.
More variety.
Quicker farm to market transit.
Year around fresh foods.
Hygiene People started bathing more often than once a year, 'whether or not they actually needed a bath.'
Insect ControlDecline of Bedbugs.
Medical Reforms Learned how to be more sanitary, washing hands, etc.
Learned sick need fresh, cool air.
Learned sick benefit from water during recovery from disease.
* Vaccination ? ? *
* Vaccination is listed here only for 'completeness' in our list.

"How do we know that vaccination was of any benefit to the decline of smallpox?"

Do we know that injecting 'cow pus', yes, the running matter from the sores on cows, when innoculated into humans made them immune to smallpox? Does anyone say yes? 'Vested interest' individuals who have not studied both sides of this controversal question promote smallpox vaccination and claim its "benefits" all with little or no help from sanitation, nutrition or hygiene! The fact that an abundance of evidence shows that the vaccination practice was based on superstition, spread disease and was associated with the largest smallpox outbreaks of the period with a large number of deaths has not deterred the proponents from proclaiming, "The medicinal value of cow pus is one of the 10 Greatest Medical Discoveries of All Time ." Such a revelation, makes one wonder what the other 9 discoveries are? Induced Bleeding? Using hot irons to cauterize flesh? Keeping patients in very hot rooms and denying them water? No matter, Vaccination has been in existence for about 3500 years and soon will go the way of other outdated ideas.

History of Smallpox
The history of smallpox shows that little smallpox typically occured in the countryside. Somewhat more occured in the city, and most cases were in the 'slums', that is where proverty, filth and malnutrition 'guided' the smallpox.

With the increase of external sanitary reforms, came a cooresponding decline in internal toxic conditions, (less internal posion in effect) and a decline in incidence of many diseases.

With an increase in year around better nutrition, the severity of many diseases, including smallpox, declined greatly as did the mortality rate. Death was not 'from the disease' but actually from the lack of sufficient nutritional support to accomplish the 'acute, beneficial and vigorous healing episode' which is typically called the 'disease symptoms.' As mentioned above, fatal nutritional deficiencies in connection with disease are often due to a lack of vitamins A and C.

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