Thank you for the article by Dr. Wood (9/4/16.
I recently submitted an article to the Olympian concerning the relationship between infant mortality rates in the US and the excessive vaccines (26) in a newborn’s first year of life. According to ‘Human & Experimental Toxicology’ ( an international medical journal) immunization schedules of 34 nations were examined and a correlation coefficient was found between infant mortality rates and the number of vaccine doses routinely given to infants. The linear regression analysis showed a highly statistically significant correlation between the increasing number of vaccine doses and the increasing infant mortality rates.
That is, the lower the vaccine doses (12-14) the lower the infant mortality. Conversely, the higher the doses (24-26) the higher the mortality rate.
I would like to invite you to research an article by Suzanne Humphries MD concerning vaccinations.( pathwaystofamilywellness.org, issue 42.) As a physician I found the article quite enlightening. It is well researched and I hope it would add to your knowledge of the subject. There is so much varying research available and it is so important for doctors, parents, school districts and government agencies in making objective and intelligent decisions about how and when to vaccinate.