Monday, December 8, 2008

Are vaccines effective? Not even close!

Please take the time to read this, it's not a very long read....

Next, the statistics (just to name a few, there are many, many more.):

  • In the 1986 Kansas whooping cough outbreak, 90 percent of the affected children had been fully vaccinated
  • In the 1994 outbreak in Ohio, 82 percent had been vaccinated
  • 74 percent of kids had their shots in the 1996 Vermont outbreak.
  • Between 1983 and 1990, there was a 423% increase in measles cases among those vaccinated
  • in 2006, the largest mumps outbreak in 20 years occurred. Among those who suffered from mumps, 63% were “immunized.”
  • In 2007, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that the flu vaccine had “no or low effectiveness” against influenza or influenza-like illness. The analysis of data showed that the vaccine protected from zero to fourteen percent of vaccine participants
BTW, in 2006, there were no deaths from the mumps.

One point I wanted to put out there, when you hear about how "deadly" these diseases are, you have to realize the statistics are taken world wide, with 95% of those cases occurring in underdeveloped countries with poor sanitation and no clean drinking water. These same children are dying from simple illnesses, starvation and dehydration as well. So basically, only 5% of cases are reported between the entire North American Continent, Most of developed Europe and Australia (along with other developed countries too).
***info taken from and the "Blaylock Wellness Report" for May 2008, vol. 5 no. 5. written by Dr. Russell L. Blaylock M.D. ***

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