It’s a pretty good bet that if you’ve read one book about vaccines, you’ve probably read one book more than most doctors. There is no book on vaccines that is standard assigned reading in medical schools, so it’s likely that most med students don’t read vaccine books. Same for after they graduate. Maybe an article here and there. So if you’ve read Harris Coulter and Barbara Loe Fisher’s “A Shot in the Dark” or Suzanne Humprhies and Roman Bystrianyk’s “Dissolving Illusions” or Neil Miller’s “Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies” or Walene James’ “Immunization: The Reality Behind the Myth” or Eleanora McBean’s “The Poisoned Needle” or Tetyana Obukhanych’s “Vaccine Illusion” or Richard Moskowitz’s recently published “Vaccines: A Reappraisal” (… there are dozens more), you’re light years ahead. But, really, one or two are all you need to surpass the book learning of the average doctor on this topic.
Just pick up a damn book, will ya