The first issue of volume 2 for the IJVTPR focuses on ingredients in vaccines that are known or suspected of interacting with factors involved in growing epidemics of non-communicable chronic disorders and diseases (NCDs) as noted in the February 17, 2021 article at this link in The Defender. .Read more about Call for papers volume 2, issue 1, Non-communicable Chronic Disorders and Diseases
About the Journal
The International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research is a peer-reviewed scholarly open access journal concerning the development, distribution, and monitoring of vaccines and their components.
This second issue in the first volume of the IJVTPR addresses COVID-19 from its historical, economic, engineering, governmental, scientific, and treatment perspectives. The article by Dr. Lee on Gardasil9 replaces the one that appeared in the prior issue (with correction of two errata and some added notes), and the article appearing here from the Children's Health Defense Team first appeared with permission in The Defender December 14, 2020.
It is the purpose of the IJVTPR to enable independent theoreticians, practitioners, and researchers to publish peer-reviewed work about vaccines.