Fewer Same-Day Vaccines—at an Older Age, Says Study

December 6, 2016

Seems common sense, does it not? But our government keeps pushing the opposite. Action Alert!
The Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons recently reported a link between the number of simultaneous vaccinations a child receives and the risk of serious injury or death. The report cites a 2012 study that looked at raw data from the government Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
The authors looked at VAERS data on infants from 1990 through 2010—about 38,000 reports in total. The study found that infants receiving multiple vaccines concurrently, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), are significantly more likely to be hospitalized or die, compared with infants who received fewer vaccinations in one visit. Age was also a factor: adverse effects were more likely to lead to hospitalization or death in younger infants.
The CDC recommends a combination of up to eight vaccines during a single visit to the pediatrician. Medical literature makes it clear that this is not for the child. It is because parents cannot be trusted to bring their children back again and again to receive the full battery of vaccines. The government’s approach to vaccine administration, with one shot piled on top of another on top of another, has never been tested for safety in clinical trials.
The author points out that skeptics of using VAERS data to draw conclusions about the safety of vaccines claim that the database doesn’t prove conclusively that the adverse events reported in VAERS are caused by vaccination. But if that’s the case, why does the CDC regularly twist VAERS data to justify its recommendations?
For example, almost 9% of the adverse reactions reported for the live attenuated influenza vaccine, for example, are classified as “serious” (fatalities, cardiovascular events, neurological debilities, etc), yet CDC researchers concluded from these same adverse event reports that the results were “reassuring.” Reassuring to whom?
Speaking of the flu vaccine, a new study once again raises the question of whether mercury (still used as a flu shot preservative) increases the risk of autism.
Despite good reasons to be skeptical—and despite clear evidence of harm—the government has doubled down on vaccines, pushing more and more products on younger and younger children. The CDC appears to us to be a taxpayer-funded sales rep for industry, not a public watchdog. Given that the risk to our babies and children is grave, it is scandalous that this is allowed to go on.
Action Alert! In one month, state general assemblies will reconvene. Some of them will be considering Big Pharma-supported bills to severely restrict exemptions to mandatory vaccinations. Contact your state legislators and ask them to oppose any bill that would restrict a parent’s fundamental right to protect his or her child from a mandatory vaccine. (Note: This action alert will feature in all three of our vaccine articles in this week’s Pulse.) Please send your message immediately!
Other articles in this week’s Pulse of Natural Health:
Walmart Bans Formaldehyde
Are We Being Lied to about Vaccine Efficacy?
Will the “Father” of Monsanto’s GMO Business  Lead the State Department?
Supplements in Canada under Attack

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11 responses to “Fewer Same-Day Vaccines—at an Older Age, Says Study”

  1. Marshall says:

    At 50, I will never have another vaccine under any circumstances. I haven’t had one in over 25 years , and, I am by far healthier than those I know that except annual vaccines. To a health conscious person like myself, it’s just common sense. Not to mention the overwhelming amount of evidence that supports the dangers and ineffectiveness of vaccinations.

  2. Junior1950 says:

    Interesting. It’s funny how we take the word of the doctors, FDA and CDC as Gospel, when in actuality the reverse is true!! When are we going to take our personal health care into our own hands, and stop listening to these so called “experts”???? The last time Ihad a flu shot was in the fall of 1964, and that very same winter I had the worst case of the flu (not stomach or norovirus) that I’ve ever had!!!! So what good did it do for my parents to have me vaccinated against the flu??????????

  3. KT says:

    This to me is a hidden genocide! Have you heard the latest….there is a commercial on TV, that is bringing fear through suggestion…..that Baby-boomers need to have their liver tested for Hepatitis C, because there saying they have it!!!! Scare tactic! My mother in law was scared into taking the chicken pox shot again, she was in her mid 70’s. And about 9mos later, she got the shingles!!!! The CDC is a bunch of mad scientist trying to control the population! My opinion only! But, you can bet on one thing…they are up to something for sure.

  4. Abresh Arquah says:

    I have known about this for years. I personally had a bad reaction to vaccines when I was 6 when a doctor gave me 3 vaccines (one combo, two single) in one day. My parents were iffy about it but after I landed in the hospital they told the doctor “Never again!” and went to one vaccine every two weeks tops.

    • Bruce Stewart says:

      A friend of mine took his baby in for his 3 month check-up and vaccinations and the doctor said the baby was fine. He died that night of SIDS! Coincidence? I don’t think so.

  5. Rene says:

    Greed and propaganda run and own the airwaves and all the media and these corporations which are ruining life for everyone.

    • Bruce Stewart says:

      Greed corrupts. They think like this, “billions of dollars at stake and only a handful of lives lost or ruined. We can justify that”

  6. Judith Hodges says:

    NO vaccines are best !! I would not campaign for anything other than to call out the truth that vaccinations are a population reduction/control measure and we know it. Thanks.

  7. Bruce Stewart says:

    Japan has known this for many years. They are a little better in that they don’t give any until 2 months at the earliest and 3 months for DPT. I think they used to be better than that.

  8. Rene says:

    That Handful of people is in the millions

  9. ChuckS123 says:

    Senator Rand Paul said, I think about 1-1/2 years ago, that he believed in childhood vaccinations, but he’d spread out the vaccinations in his own kids, not all at the same time.

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