Vaccines are built upon a theory of needing antibodies to fight a virus. But research shows that antibodies are not essential and can even alter our immunity.

For many years, we’ve been told that the measles vaccine is responsible for stopping the spread of measles. Many even blame the occurrence of measles cases on low vaccination rates.

The message we often hear is simple: Thanks to vaccines, we are protected from disease. Yet our bodies are complex and do not always respond well to vaccines. Injecting a foreign substance can lead to dire consequences.

The primary focus of this article is to examine the principles and safety of measles vaccines.

Measles Recovery Possible Without Antibodies

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