I listened to Dr. Peat‚Äôs interviews on vaccines the other day, pretty interesting. He mentioned a study done in Central America by the World Health Organization that compared 2 groups. In the first group sanitation, hygiene, and nutrition were improved. The second group was given vaccines but living conditions remained the same. Apparently, the first group ended up faring a lot better in the reduction of infectious disease.
I‚Äôve done a search for that particular study, but been unsuccessful. Has anyone run across it?