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The line reads (page 70):
“An additional increased spike in incidence of autism occurred in 1995 when the chicken pox vaccine was grown in human fetal tissue.”
If you are struggling to recall how you could have missed this important fact when signing your vaccine consent form, it wasn’t your error—because it wasn’t disclosed on any consent form. Most people are unaware that human cell cultures derived from aborted human fetuses have been used extensively in vaccine production for decades. And vaccine makers are happy that most of the public has remained ignorant of this fact, as awareness of it could blow up in their faces.
It’s easy to find pro-natural immunity information from those in the natural health fields, but it’s more difficult to find quotes from medical doctors that admit the same. Many MD’s are bound by their oaths and to go against the flow could risk their careers.
However, here are a few of my favorite quotes from those MD’s who aren’t afraid to say plainly what they are seeing (a link to many more can be found at the end) Continue reading
According to the WHO, up to 15% of children fail to develop immunity to the first dose, which is why a booster dose is recommended. Most babies receive their first dose around 1 year; the second is given usually before kindergarten. “Protection” is supposed to last up to 11 years. This means that assuming a child actually gains immunity (some will not even after 2 doses), it will have worn off completely by 16 years of age. The vast majority of adults in this country are not protected (yet we haven’t seen measles outbreaks among these adults, have we?). Also according to the WHO, vitamin A supplements and adequate nutrition are key to preventing measles and complications.
According to the WHO, vitamin A also helps to prevent deaths and other complications from polio. 95% of people who get polio, though, show absolutely no symptoms; only 1 – 2% ever develop paralytic polio (and less than 1% of these are permanently affected). A single dose of the vaccine provides almost no immunity, which is why 4 are recommended; 99% of people should be “protected” after 3 doses. Length of protection is unknown, but thought to be “many years.” (This is really untestable since there are no wild cases in the U.S.) Continue reading
Vaccination Timeline 1905 U.S. Supreme Court upholds state law mandating smallpox vaccinations 1906 to 1928 Vaccines against pertussis and diphtheria developed 1944 Pertussis vaccine recommended for universal use in infants 1947 DPT (tri-valent diphtheria/pertussis/tetanus) recommended by the AAP for routine use 1955 IPV (inactivated polio vaccine) licensed (was later modified in 1987) 1961 OPV (oral, live-virus polio vaccine) licensed 1963 Measles vaccine licensed 1959 to 1968 Quadrigen (DPT-IPV combo) used routinely [pulled off the market in1968 for safety and efficacy reasons] 1969 Rubella vaccine licensed 1971 MMR (tri-valent measles/mumps/rubella) licensed 1972 U.S. ended routine use of smallpox vaccine 1981 Japan … Continue reading