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Homeoprophylaxis Schedule does NOT include all of the diseases in the CDC Vaccine Schedule

  • The disease incidence of diphtheria is low. There have been only two cases in the US recorded in the 21st century.

  • Hepatitis A is easy to treat and prevent.

  • Hepatitis B is a sexually transmitted disease, or from tainted blood. in areas where incidence is less than 2% of the population.  The WHO does not recommend Hepatitis B vaccine. The United States incidence is less than 2%.

  • Rotavirus is easy to treat. If you are living in an undeveloped nation with difficult access to clean water, you may want to consider this nosode.

  • Rubella nosode should be used when girls reach childbearing years in a separate program.

  • Varicella, chicken pox, is better for children to be exposed to the wild virus for its benefits to the immune system.

  • HPV, Human Papillomavirus is present in sexually active populations. This nosode may be used in a separate program. Of the 100 plus strains of HPV, only about thirteen of them are responsible for cervical cancer. Even the low risk strains can cause an abnormal pap smear. Of the 60% of sexually active women infected with HPV, 90% of them will spontaneously clear the virus within two years with no treatment at all. If women are receiving annual pap smears, any changes will be detected very early.

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