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"The Chickenpox Vaccine: A new epidemic of disease and corruption" is about behind-the-scene health issues and their effect on individuals in Antelope Valley, California-a geographically distinct region consisting primarily of two large cities, Palmdale and Lancaster, with a population of over 300,000. In 1995, the FDA licensed a vaccine to protect against a common childho "The Chickenpox Vaccine: A new epidemic of disease and corruption" is about behind-the-scene health issues and their effect on individuals in Antelope Valley, California-a geographically distinct region consisting primarily of two large cities, Palmdale and Lancaster, with a population of over 300,000. In 1995, the FDA licensed a vaccine to protect against a common childhood disease. Healthcare officials believed it was safe, when in fact, it had not been thoroughly tested. Dr. Goldman, who was studying the effect of the vaccine on the population, was encouraged to generate findings that would lead to publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals. All positive findings were published in a timely manner; however, when Dr. Goldman began to present deleterious outcomes, these seemed to be treated much differently and would portend increased risk of reactivation of a more serious disease harbored by 95% of the adult U.S. population.


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"The Chickenpox Vaccine: A new epidemic of disease and corruption" is about behind-the-scene health issues and their effect on individuals in Antelope Valley, California-a geographically distinct region consisting primarily of two large cities, Palmdale and Lancaster, with a population of over 300,000. In 1995, the FDA licensed a vaccine to protect against a common childho "The Chickenpox Vaccine: A new epidemic of disease and corruption" is about behind-the-scene health issues and their effect on individuals in Antelope Valley, California-a geographically distinct region consisting primarily of two large cities, Palmdale and Lancaster, with a population of over 300,000. In 1995, the FDA licensed a vaccine to protect against a common childhood disease. Healthcare officials believed it was safe, when in fact, it had not been thoroughly tested. Dr. Goldman, who was studying the effect of the vaccine on the population, was encouraged to generate findings that would lead to publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals. All positive findings were published in a timely manner; however, when Dr. Goldman began to present deleterious outcomes, these seemed to be treated much differently and would portend increased risk of reactivation of a more serious disease harbored by 95% of the adult U.S. population.

12 review for The Chickenpox Vaccine: A New Epidemic of Disease and Corruption

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    I liked having an insiders view to how the CDC vaccine research division works and doesn't work. This book tells the story of a man who was hired by the CDC to work on the chicken pox surveillance program. When he reported about the benefits of the vaccination program he received praise and his work was quickly published. When he used the same data analysis skills to reveal a significant problem with the vaccination program, his superiors at the CDC did everything they could to cover up this evi I liked having an insiders view to how the CDC vaccine research division works and doesn't work. This book tells the story of a man who was hired by the CDC to work on the chicken pox surveillance program. When he reported about the benefits of the vaccination program he received praise and his work was quickly published. When he used the same data analysis skills to reveal a significant problem with the vaccination program, his superiors at the CDC did everything they could to cover up this evidence. Through the telling of this story one can learn how the body of scientific evidence published about vaccines can be biased and incomplete.

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