The Infectious Myth On “The Infectious Myth” host David Crowe will examine the questionable or outright false paradigms that infect our society.

March 26, 2019  
Judy Wilyman received a PhD with a thesis on the Australian vaccination schedule from a major Australian university. She was heavily criticized because, people said, it was awarded by the School of Humanities and Social Inquiry, and not medicine or hard core science. But she actually studied in science faculties, and it was just decided that a policy critique belonged in the humanities. Her thesis is very scholarly and probably ran into trouble merely because it is so critical of the government’s approach to vaccines, their lack of evidence for many claims they make, and the blatant conflicts of interest up to the highest levels of the government. 
To read Judy’s thesis or find out more about her research, ideas and work, see:
March 12, 2019  
David has been investigating measles. He cannot solve the mystery of who is behind the strenuous effort to turn measles from a benign childhood illness into a deadly killer, but he can guess that it has dollar signs attached to it. What David can do is discuss some of the facts about measles statistics, which are quite surprising. Which is that 97% of the death rate from measles disappeared by 1962, the last year without a vaccine. Until recently even David didn’t know that Canada simply stopped counting measles cases in the late 1950s, presumably because it was considered so insignificant, and didn’t start again until 1968, the year when the measles vaccine still in use today, was first used. He ends with the mystery of the mystery man trying to remain anonymous behind the @VaccineUK account. 
For more information, and to see the historical graphs David was able to find, see


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