New, pristine, 2008 reprint edition of Immunization: History, Ethics, Law and Health by Catherine J.M. Diodati. The book covers: the history of vaccine development, the rationale behind mass immunization, an illustrated tour of the immune system, a clear explanation of the differences between natural and artificial immunity, known risks associated with biological and chemical vaccine components, the true effects vaccines have had on disease-related morbidity and mortality, how vaccines can affect your health, your legal and ethical rights, why adverse event reporting must be made mandatory, a model compensation scheme to ensure manufacturer-responsibility, what to expect from new vaccines under development, controversial military vaccines, how immunization tracking systems and smart cards can violate your rights, and much, much more. This book contains over 350 references, primarily derived from peer-reviewed medical journals, interviews with leading international health-care authorities, international statistics, law journals and court transcripts, interviews with parents of vaccine-injured children, and et cetera. Please contact me with your postal code if you require postage prices.