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The source article had several major errors in it. I wouldn't trust any of it. Vaccines are designed to protect against invaders that are encountered rarely - not all the time. This is one of the major errors. There is a vaccine for chicken pox now - an infection which affected approximately 4,000,000 cases per year in the US before the vaccine. That ...


Not true. Vaccines were initially made for the highly contagious diseases that used to cause epidemics (which obviously means they were not rare). The efficacy of a vaccine depends on multiple factors which includes adaptability of the pathogen. The all-the-time encountered pathogen that the article is talking about is HIV; the reason for why no ...

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