(NaturalNews) Fresh off the presses is the hard-hitting new book Vaccine Epidemic: How Corporate Greed, Biased Science, and Coercive Government Threaten Our Human Rights, Our Health, and Our Children, which explores the safety of vaccinations and offers a balanced look at why vaccine freedom of choice is vital for the health of our families and children. Already a bestseller, the book tackles many of the challenges health freedom advocates face concerning vaccines by discussing the various arguments civilly, and making a solid and scientific case for vaccine choice.
Authors Louise Habakus, M.A., director and cofounder of the Center for Personal Rights, and Mary Holland, J.D., a research scholar at the New York University (NYU) School of Law, feature more than 20 credentialed experts from the fields of ethics, law, science, medicine, business, and history in their book, as well as personal narratives from parents, children, and soldiers who have suffered from vaccine injury. The book challenges mandatory vaccination laws in light of such cases, and questions why the government and media remain largely silent about them.
"Vaccine Epidemic provides a valuable addition to the vaccination choice literature with sober, considered, and scholarly articles," said Randal Neustaedter OMD, author of the book The Vaccine Guide: Risks and Benefits for Children and Adults, in a review. "Every parent who questions the ethical, legal, and health implications of compulsory vaccination should read this enlightening book to understand the real issues behind the vaccine debate."
The book outlines the serious conflict of interest that exists between government, media, and pharmaceutical industry, and how special interests are trying to drive the vaccine debate. It also offers the perspectives of several doctors and health practitioners on vaccines and public health, as well as a call for more research and more serious consideration of the implications of mandatory vaccinations.
"The most ardent supporter of vaccination programs only needs to witness or be touched by one serious vaccine reaction to fully understand and respect the wishes of those who support freedom of choice relative to routine pediatric vaccinations," said F. Edward Yazbak, M.D., board-certified pediatrician, in a review.