According to the American Cancer Society, the cancer rate in the United States has shown a steady decline over the past 15 years, resulting in more than 650,000 lives saved.
While the report suggests that “early detection practices” and “improvements in treatment” have attributed to decreases in death, I’ve noted a different trend.
According to this position statement from the National Association of School Nurses, the number of recommended vaccines doubled between 1985 and 2000 and could triple in the next 20 years.
Obviously the cancers are being caused by subclinical infectious processes that the vaccinations are now preventing.
Direct evidence that increasing the number of vaccinations decreases the number of cancer deaths.
Take that Jenny McCarthy.
As a side note, why in creation would Oprah allow Dr. McCarthy to blog on her web site about analyzing poop to make sure that there are “no yeast, no bacteria, no infections”? The percentage of bacteria in an average stool is 30%. Heck, if we get rid of all the bacteria, we can just have the astronauts recycle all of their excrement. How novel.