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Tuberculosis
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Tuberculosis and Typhoid Fever Disease Mortality, United States, 1900–1960

These graphs compiled from government data provide more evidence that vaccines did not save mankind from disease. Historical data confirms engineering accomplished that goal through improved living conditions. Early 20th century America experienced substantial improved living conditions (i.e., decreased crowding in cities, improved plumbing, refrigerated food, advanced water filtration, solid waste disposal), which caused America...

Scarlet Fever
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Scarlet Fever and Diarrhea and Enteritis Disease Mortality, United States, 1900–1960

These graphs compiled from government data provide more evidence that vaccines did not save mankind from disease. Historical data confirms engineering accomplished that goal through improved living conditions.. Early 20th century America experienced substantial improved living conditions (i.e., decreased crowding in cities, improved plumbing, refrigerated food, advanced water filtration, solid waste disposal), which caused America...

Meningitis
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Meningitis and Dysentery Disease Mortality, United States, 1900–1960

These graphs compiled from government data provide more evidence that vaccines did not save mankind from disease. Historical data confirms engineering accomplished that goal through improved living conditions. Early 20th century America experienced substantial improved living conditions (i.e., decreased crowding in cities, improved plumbing, refrigerated food, advanced water filtration, solid waste disposal), which caused America...

Chicken Pox
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Varicella (Chicken Pox) Disease Mortality

These graphs compiled from government data provide more evidence that vaccines did not save mankind from disease. Historical data confirms engineering accomplished that goal through improved living conditions. Early 20th century America experienced substantial improved living conditions (i.e., decreased crowding in cities, improved plumbing, refrigerated food, advanced water filtration, solid waste disposal), which caused America...

Chicken Pox
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Varicella (Chicken Pox) Disease Mortality United States, 1958–2011

These graphs compiled from government data provide more evidence that vaccines did not save mankind from disease. Historical data confirms engineering accomplished that goal through improved living conditions. Early 20th century America experienced substantial improved living conditions (i.e., decreased crowding in cities, improved plumbing, refrigerated food, advanced water filtration, solid waste disposal), which caused America...

Polio
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Polio Disease Mortality United States, 1921–1970

These graphs compiled from government data provide more evidence that vaccines did not save mankind from disease. Historical data confirms engineering accomplished that goal through improved living conditions. Early 20th century America experienced substantial improved living conditions (i.e., decreased crowding in cities, improved plumbing, refrigerated food, advanced water filtration, solid waste disposal), which caused America...

Whooping Cough
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Whooping Cough Disease Mortality United States, 1900–1960

These graphs compiled from government data provide more evidence that vaccines did not save mankind from disease. Historical data confirms engineering accomplished that goal through improved living conditions. Early 20th century America experienced substantial improved living conditions (i.e., decreased crowding in cities, improved plumbing, refrigerated food, advanced water filtration, solid waste disposal), which caused America...

Diphtheria_Disease_Mortality_US
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Diphtheria Disease Mortality United States, 1900-1990

In this national data graph, we observe that the number of Americans dying from diphtheria declined to basically zero starting in 1940, and then the diphtheria vaccine was introduced seven years later. Good engineering, sanitation, and the like reduced disease mortality across the population, even though pharma tries to give its vaccine the credit.