The information on this topic is vast. Further research is endless. Here are some links to get started.
The Virus Truth – Vaccinations This page includes a link at the bottom to download, as a zip file, many articles and books written, from 1882 to 1977, about the problems with vaccines.
Vaccine-autism link: A rebuttal to the “There is no debate” Sharyl Attkisson
Vaccination News Archive This site is now on Archive.org. Although some links may not work, authors and articles listed can often be found with a Google search.
VaxResearch An excellent resource for many related topics
SaneVax, Inc. The First International HPV Vaccine Information Clearinghouse
Vaccination: Proved Useless and Dangerous From Forty-Five Years of Registration Statistics
Benefits of childhood infections
Did you know that many childhood infections are beneficial in the short and long term?
Here are some studies on the health benefits of contracting normal childhood infections early in life:
Women who contract mumps in childhood are significantly less likely to develop ovarian cancer as adults:
Possible role of mumps virus in the etiology of ovarian cancer
Mumps infection- not mumps vaccination- protects women against ovarian cancer:
Mumps and ovarian cancer: modern interpretation of an historic association
Women with prior infections of mumps, measles, rubella or chickenpox are significantly less likely to develop ovarian cancer:
A case control study of carcinoma of the ovary.
Adults with previous infections of influenza, measles, mumps or chickenpox are less likely to develop malignant melanoma:
Febrile infections and malignant melanoma: results of a case-control study
Infectious diseases including chickenpox and flu significantly reduce the risk of developing a brain tumor:
Does prior infection with varicella-zoster virus influence risk of adult glioma?
Early exposure to infections is protective against leukemia:
Early life exposure to infections and risk of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia
Measles and mumps infections in childhood protect against heart attacks and strokes during adulthood:
Association of measles and mumps with cardiovascular disease: The Japan Collaborative Cohort (JACC) study
Chicken pox during childhood is protective against coronary heart disease such as angina pectoris and heart attacks:
Dual role of infections as risk factors for coronary heart disease
Children who contract measles are significantly less likely to develop allergies than vaccinated children:
Kids who get the chicken pox infection are less likely to develop asthma and allergies than vaccinated children:
Chickenpox in childhood is associated with decreased atopic disorders, IgE, allergic sensitization, and leukocyte subsets