DiscoverThis Podcast Will Kill YouEp 27 Vaccines Part 2: Have you thanked your immune system lately?
Ep 27 Vaccines Part 2: Have you thanked your immune system lately?

Ep 27 Vaccines Part 2: Have you thanked your immune system lately?

Update: 2019-05-2117
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Were you stoked about the history and biology of vaccines we covered in part 1, but left with even more questions? Were you really hoping to hear us talk about anti-vaccine sentiment and address misconceptions about vaccines in detail? Did you want even more expert guest insight?! Well then do we have the episode for you! Today, we delve into the history of the “anti-vaccine movement” which, spoiler alert, is nothing new. With the help of Dr. Peter Hotez, Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston and Co-director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Center for Vaccine Development we address some of the most common concerns and questions that arise about vaccines, their safety, and their efficacy. And finally, we hear from Bill Nye The Science Guy about dealing with the challenges of science communication in the modern world when diseases spread as fast as fake news headlines. Y’all. This is the episode you’ve been waiting for.


You can follow Dr. Peter Hotez on twitter @PeterHotez and check out his book “Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel’s Autism”

And you can listen to “Science Rules!” the new podcast from Bill Nye the Science Guy, available now on stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/stitcher/science-rules-with-bill-nye or wherever you are listening to this podcast!



Comments (2)

dok dicer

that should have been a crossover episode with Behind the Bastards. ^^

Jun 20th
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Lana Westerfield

Bill Nye! We need teach people critical thinking skills! I couldn't agree with this more!

May 22nd
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Ep 27 Vaccines Part 2: Have you thanked your immune system lately?

Ep 27 Vaccines Part 2: Have you thanked your immune system lately?