But it hasn’t always been this way. So what happened?
Did measles morph into a killer disease like cancer, or, did vaccine makers follow the money? If you follow the money, you find out there isn’t much profit in telling anyone that measles isn’t a big deal. Who would vaccinate their child for measles if measles weren’t a big, life-threatening event? The sale’s pitch is everything when it comes to pharmaceutical company profits.
Here’s an old episode from a 1959 Donna Reed show episode, along with a slew of other popular shows over a time span preceding vaccine hoopla. Was measles less dangerous back then? Were people just more healthy? Or was there less vaccine profiteering?