The sick child
Cite this as: BMJ 2012;345:e5057
- Child health
- Child abuse
- Immunology (including allergy)
- Sports and exercise medicine
- Infant health
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The epidemic of suddenly sick children, who were healthy babies, is not a medical mystery. Rather, this epidemic of allergies, eczema, and autism is a cri de coeur for a serious inquiry into the predictable but ignored sequelae of skyrocketing childhood vaccinations. The sick child is a symptom of our sick healthcare system, with its overemphasis of pharmaceuticals.
Competing interests: None declared
Retired, Eagle Rock, MO, USA
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