In your article on Matt Willis (Conversation,
April) and vaccinations, can you tell me why
he was not asked what the ingredients are
in the MMR vaccine and all the other vaccinations he is pushing? Do you know what
the ingredients are? Once you find out this
information, do you still think they are safe
and effective being injected directly into our
bloodstream, bypassing our body’s own natural immune system response? If you look at
the World Health Organization charts, you
will see that vaccinations getting credit for
eradicating the diseases is a myth. It was better hygiene, clean water and better diets that
eliminated these diseases, not vaccinations.
DON CLARK, VIA EMAIL
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Mimi Towle, I was so excited to get my Marin
Magazine and read your Editor’s Note (April).
One thing I have to add: teenage boys should
also receive the HPV vaccine; it protects against
cancers (and there are many) related to the
human papillomavirus. SARAH NOAH, VIA EMAIL
Teenage boys should also
receive the HPV vaccine; it
protects against cancers.
Regarding Looking Back (April), according
to Mailliard family genealogist and historian Carolyn Mailliard Hacker, John Ward
Mailliard III is the great grandson, not the
grandson, of Adolph and Annie Mailliard,
who in 1854 acquired Rancho San Geronimo.
Also, according to DNA analysis, Adolph
Mailliard was not a relative, shirttail or
otherwise, of Napoleon Bonaparte.
CAROLYN MAILLIARD HACKER, VIA EMAIL
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