Vaccine Guide for Dogs and Cats: What Every Pet Lover Should Know

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New Atlantean Press, 2003 - Medical - 127 pages
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Veterinary vaccines are given to prevent disease, yet studies show that they are often debilitating and fatal. They have been linked to auto-immune and neurological disorders, including cancer, diabetes, arthritis, tumours, seizures, allergies, digestive problems, organ failure, and many other serious ailments. Many veterinarians, both conventional and holistic, are questioning the validity of annual revaccination. They are moving away from this arbitrary recommendation which is unsupported by science. Many also refuse to use certain vaccines because the disease in question is either so benign or rare that the risks associated with vaccination outweigh any promised benefit. This important book provides information on all canine and feline vaccines. It includes several personal stories of vaccine damage to family pets, as well as hundreds of studies documenting veterinary vaccine safety and efficacy problems. As a concerned pet owner, you can now make informed decisions about the health and welfare of your precious four-legged friends.

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Contents

Preface
13
Canine
29
Feline
61
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Catherine Diodati, MA, is a vaccine expert, legal consultant, and biomedical ethicist. Her research has been published in several science journals, including the Canadian Medical Association Journal and Medical Hypotheses. She is the author of Immunization: History, Ethics, Law and Health, the first book to examine vaccination from a bioethical perspective. Catherine travels internationally to provide professional presentations on vaccination.

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