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Within 20 years, the number of children in America allergic to peanut went from almost zero to two million. Equivalent changes happened in the UK, Canada, Australia at the same time. Governments wouldn't choose to make this happen by way of health policy, but that's arguably what happened, as a result of public vaccination programmes, as the Peanut Allergy Epidemic explains.
Plain, simple and to the point, the cover features a hand-drawn, stylised epipen, which people use to inject an antidote to allergic reactions. Thankfully, as well as selling vaccinations, pharmaceutical companies also produce a large number of epipens to deal with the reactions probably exacerbated by ... vaccinations. Phew.