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About Vaccine History: From Professional Historical Studies

American Academy of Pediatrics: Better Health = Not Vaccination
American Medical Association: Better Health = Better Food
Harvard University: Better Health = Better Water
Columbia University: Better Health = Not Medicine
Syracuse University: Better Health = Cleanliness
Iowa State University: Better Health = Sanitation
Journal of Nutrition: Better Health = Better Living Conditions

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP):
The "Annual Summary of Vital Statistics: Trends in the Health of Americans During the 20th Century" by Bernard Guyer, Mary Anne Freedman, Donna M. Strombino, and Edward J Sondik, December 2000 from Pediatrics: Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics" concluded that before 1915 the infant mortality rate was 99 out of 1,000 and that by 1950 the infant mortality rate 29 out of 1,000 (from the study: a link cannot be given as this is proprietary data from the AAP). Their conclusion (now removed from the official article) was "Thus vaccination does not account for the impressive declines in mortality seen in the first half of the century."

Here is proof that it once existed:

Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA):
"The Modern Rise of Population" by Thomas McKeown, 1976 is where "McKeown concludes that by far the most important factor in the population explosion has been the steady decline in mortality from infectious diseases. This resulted chiefly, he believes, from a substantial increase in food supplies during the 18th and 19th centuries, which permitted better nutrition, and from 19th century improvements in public hygiene."
Vaccines are not given as a cause.

Harvard University:
"The Role of Public Health Improvements in Health Advances: The 20th Century United States" by David Cutler and Grant Miller, 2005 is where they write "...clean water was responsible for nearly half of the total mortality reduction in major cities, three-quarters of the infant mortality reduction, and nearly two-thirds of the child mortality reduction."
Vaccines are not given as a cause.

Columbia University:
"The Questionable Contribution of Medical Measures to the Decline of Mortality in the United States in the Twentieth Century" by John B. McKinlay and Sonya M. McKinlay 1977 is where they write "in general medical measures appear to have contributed little to the overall decline in mortality in the United States since about 1900... with reference to those five conditions (influenza, pneumonia, diptheria, whooping cough, and poliomyelitis)... it is estimated that AT MOST 3.5 percent of the total decline in mortality since 1900 could be ascribed to medical measures introduced for the diseases considered here..."
Vaccines were one of those measures.

Syracuse University:
"American Longevity: Past, Present, and Future" by Samuel Preston 1996 is where Preston writes " the turn of the century, life expectancy at birth in the United States was 48 years; itís now (in 1996) 76 years..." and he attributes this to "...change[d] personal health practices of individuals. The germ theory provided a number of powerful weapons for doing so. These included boiling bottles and milk, washing hands, protecting food from flies, isolating sick children, and ventilating rooms."
Vaccines are not given as a cause.

Iowa State University:
"Economic Growth, Population Theory, and Physiology" by Robert W. Fogel 1994 is where Fogel writes that the decline in mortality was due to "public health investments (such) as the construction of facilities to improve the supply of water, the cleaning up of the milk supply, the draining of swamps, the development of effective systems of quarantines, and the cleaning up of the slums."
Vaccines are not given as a cause.

Journal of Nutrition:
"Symposium: Accomplishments in Child Nutrition during the 20th Century. Infant Mortality in the 20th Century, Dramatic but Uneven Progress" by Myron E. Wegman 2001 is where Wegman writes "the diseases that kill most babies, i.e., infections, diarrhea and pneumonia, are all enhanced by inadequate nutrition... Most striking is the remarkable decline of deaths from diarrheal diseases in the first half of the century, most of it well before the flowering of the antibiotic era... [M]ajor environmental improvement which reduced the spread of various pathogens... Causes of infant mortality... prevalent early in the century, which were closely connected with living conditions and the environment."
Vaccines are not given as a cause.

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