Graphic proof that vaccines work (with sources)
Isabella B.

The graphs presented are so dishonest. For example, in the Polio graph, it looks like the Polio vaccine started to have a great impact right about 1954. But pre-1954, spinal meningitis and many other deadly diseases were included under the label of “Polio”. That changed in 1954. But those diseases still are just as deadly. So, in reality, the Polio vaccine didn’t do much (certainly nothing like the graph makes it appear).

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