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Medicine: Childhood Vaccines #1016068

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 24, 2012
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(Washington: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Robert Bazell) A study finding that common household chemicals called perfluorinated compounds {PFCs} decrease the effectiveness of children’s vaccines reviewed; American Chemistry Council statement quoted. [Harvard School of Public Health Dr. Philippe GRANDJEAN†- says the higher the exposure to PFCs, the lower the antibody concentration in the child.] [Vanderbilt University Dr. William SCHAFFNER†- says there is no indication the vaccines aren’t working in the US.] [Mother Michelle SCHOOLEY††- explains why she hired health home experts Ron and Lisa Beres††.]

Williams, Brian;
Bazell, Robert

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