Vaccinations can Cause Disease . . .How?
There is ample evidence, if one looks for it, of serious problems with vaccines. it is not the focus of this post to detail the may examples of the ineffectiveness of vaccines, or the negative reactions, or the deaths as a result of immunizations. However, following are some examples of immunization incidents, which will give you an idea of some of the problems inherent in vaccines, bearing in mind not all cases are reported to the authority in real practice by doctors.
1. Of the 145 children who died of crib death (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS) in Los Angeles County alone from 1979 to 1980, more than one-third had received the diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis (DTP) vaccines less than a month earlier. These SIDS cases were significantly more than expected for a vaccine purported to be "safe and effective." Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus (DPT; combined)is given to children at two, four, six, fifteen months and again at four to six years of age, then every ten years thereafter.
God have mercies upon these children. It doesn't make sense that doctors on the one hand advise parents to avoid early childhood contact with allergens, and then, on the other hand, promote vaccinations that expose children to allergens.
2. In 1988 the British national Childhood Encephalopathy Study (NCES) in Great Britain concluded that there was a relationship between neurological illness and DTP immunization in children aged two months to thirty-six months. Children who experienced a serious acute reaction to the DTP vaccine were found to be at risk for later chronic nervous system dysfunction.
3. It is a matter of public record that Jonas Salk, inventor of the injected polio vaccine, testified to a Senate sub-committee that the oral polio vaccine has caused most of the polio outbreaks since 1961.
4. The Ohio Department of Health reported that 2,720 children developed measles in 1989 despite the fact that close to three-quarters of the cases occurred in previously vaccinated children. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) even reported measles outbreak in a documented 100 percent vaccinated population. Either the vaccines are not working or the children had be vaccinated with wrong kind of substance. According to the CDC, among school-aged children, measles outbreaks have occurred in schools with vaccination levels greater than 98 percent. These outbreaks have occurred in all parts of the country, including areas that had not reported measles for years. Half of the reported pertussis cases in Ohio from 1987 to 1991 occurred in children who were vaccinated.