The Other Side of the “Official” Vaccination Story

April 7, 2017
Category: GM Articles
  • Over 400 research articles complied in a new book tell a very different story about vaccinations than does the mainstream media..

 
Have you ever seen, heard, or read that published scientific studies report that common childhood illnesses can actually be good for us? A study of over 100,000 men and women, discussed and cited below, tells us that children who have measles and mumps infections in childhood have significantly fewer heart attacks and strokes later in life. Another research report tells us that children who are infected with measles are significantly less likely to develop allergies than children who have received measles vaccinations. Why haven’t any of the media reported this research?
Similarly, you’ve likely never been told of published research that tells us that the hepatitis B vaccine triples the risk of developing multiple sclerosis; that children who received pertussis (“whooping cough”) vaccination are two to five times more likely to be diagnosed later on with asthma; and that pertussis vaccination has caused new, vaccine-resistant strains of pertussis to emerge, and has actually increased(not decreased) cases of pertussis.
Here’s one we’re deliberately not told about, with emphasis addedon purpose: Measles infections can reverse cancer—the measles virus may be used as treatment against human cancers! No kidding—see footnote #21 below if you want to find and read the original research!
It’s entirely true that if there are three doctors in a room, there may be four to seven differing opinions, and if there are three lawyers in a courtroom, there may be ten to fifteen varying opinions. The same is true of researchers: there is never 100% agreement. The old adage of “follow the money” can be helpful, though. Think: how much money is there in using the measles virus to treat cancer, versus how much money can be made by promoting measles vaccination?
What makes many of us suspicious of all the well-publicized pro-vaccine research and official pressure to vaccinate everyone is the existence of a “Vaccine Court” in these United States, established in 1986 by los federales. This law completely protected vaccine manufacturers against lawsuits (no, not kidding, look it up!) and made you, me, and all other taxpayers liable to compensate individuals or families damaged or killed by vaccines. According to los federales’ own statistics easily found online,[1] total compensation paid through this program—paid by all of usinstead of being paid by those whose products actually caused the damage—has been $3.6 billion dollars.
Until very recently, the officiallypromoted line that “vaccines are good for everyone” has gone unchallenged by any “mainstream” media, although the Internet has made some dissenting information available for those who have the time and inclination to look for it. Information released by CDC whistleblower Dr. William Thompson was reported briefly in the media “mainstream,” but there was no further investigation. The independent movie Vaxxed (if you haven’t seen this yet, please do) has definitely put a crack in this façade.
Until now, we’ve not had an easily accessible, easily readable compilation of “the other side” of the official vaccine story. One problem is that the ability to read, understand,and explain a scientific research report in simple, easy-to-understand language is a rare gift, which is why so many of us rely on what “experts” say and write about “scientific truth.”
That’s all changed with the publication of the must-have book Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies: 400 Important Scientific Papers Summarized for Parents and Researchers.Neil Z. Miller is a medical research journalist with the ability noted above. He summarizes the key points from each of (over) 400 scientific studies, one (or occasionally two) on each page, and (for the scientifically inclined who want to read the original research) reprints the citation to each article.
Of the over 400 scientific studies—not publicized by vaccine “authorities”—the large majority are about the hazards of vaccines. That’s a lot of reading! Fortunately, there’s a table of contents with twenty-one categories from which to choose. However, once you’ve started with the science-in-understandable-language text, I’m told by many it’s hard to put the book down! Some examples:
#2.Infants who receive the most vaccines have the worst hospitalization and death rates.[2] In an analysis of 38,801 reports of infants who had “adverse events” after receiving vaccinations, infants given six to eight vaccine doses were significantly more likely to be hospitalized when compared to infants who received two to four vaccine doses.
#5. Infants who received vaccines containing mercury (thimerosol) had significantly increased risk of being diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.[3] Infants who received diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (DTaP or DTP) vaccines with mercury had twice the risk for a subsequent autism spectrum disorder reported, compared to infants who received mercury-free versions of the very same vaccines. Infants who received 37.5 micrograms of mercury from thimerosal-containing hepatitis B vaccines were three times more likely to have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder compared to those who received mercury-free hepatitis B vaccines.
That’s definitely not all the research about the hazards of injecting mercury (which should be obvious to all of us) in vaccines. This book has twenty-seven more research reports on this topic.
#62. Annual vaccination against common strains of influenza reduces protective immunity against more dangerous strains of the disease.[4] Many countries (including our “free” country) put great pressure on parents to vaccinate healthy children between six months and five years of age against commonflu viruses. But infection by common flu viruses (which have infected—but very rarely killed—children in nontropical climates for unknown millennia) actually stimulates those children’s immune systems to have greater immunity to the more deadly strains of flu viruses.
For the scientifically inclined, here’s the actual quote (in “scientese”) from the researchers:
Preventing infection with seasonal influenza viruses by vaccination might prevent the induction of heterosubtypic immunity to pandemic strains,which might be a disadvantage to immunologically naive people—e.g., infants.
“Might be a disadvantage” in the researchers’ last sentence is scientifically polite. Since controlled research in children between six months and five years of age to prove or disprove this point would be unethical, here’s what these researchers found in animal research:
#65. Mice that were infected with a seasonal influenza virus survived exposure to a lethal influenza strain; vaccinated mice died.[5]
The researchers wrote:
During a next pandemic, especially children that received the annual flushot would be at higher risk to develop severe illness and a fatal outcome of the disease than those that experienced an infection with a seasonal influenza A virus strain.
If that weren’t extra risk enough, other researchers reported:
#78. Children vaccinated against seasonal influenza are not protected and are more likely than non-vaccinated children to develop respiratory virus infections.[6]
These researchers wrote:
We identified a statistically significant increased risk of non-influenza respiratory virus infection among trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine recipients including significant increases in therisk of rhinovirus and coxsackie/echovirus infection.
In briefer English: those who received flu vaccines were significantly more likely to suffer from non-flu respiratory infections!
Flu shots, anyone? This book contains twenty-three more research reports about influenza vaccination that no “authority” tells us about! But let’s move on to “whooping cough” (pertussis) vaccine research. . . .
#92. Pertussis vaccines caused new, vaccine-resistant strains of pertussis to emerge, and increased cases of the disease.[7] We’re all aware of ever-increasing antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Like all other living organisms, bacteria don’t like being killed, so (over time, of course) they find ways to avoid it! We call that “antibiotic resistance”; if the bacteria could speak English, they would call it survival!
The whooping cough bacteria (Bordetella pertussis) doesn’t like being killed, either, so (as other researchers tell us[8]) this bacteria has mutated—“morphed,” if that helps—into a vaccine-resistant form that produces a more lethal toxin than the original pertussis bacteria.
As the pertussis bacteria has mutated (“morphed”) into a form that is more toxic, the number of reported whooping cough cases has actually increased—not despite vaccination, but because of vaccination—since the early 1980s.
There are twenty-five more research reports about the hazards of pertussis vaccination in this book, but let’s move on to another common bacterial infection—the pneumococcus—which also resisted being eliminated by vaccination by “morphing” into a more infectious, antibiotic resistant form.
#141. The pneumococcal vaccine (PCV7) caused highly virulent, antibiotic resistant strains of pneumococcal disease to emerge.[9]
As Miller summarizes:
Invasive pneumococcal disease rates initially declined following universal vaccination of children against the disease, but increased when non-vaccine strains quickly replaced strains targeted by the vaccine.
So the “obvious” solution (for those who advocate mandatory vaccines for us all) is just make vaccines against those strains of pneumococcus resistant to PCV7. But the pneumococcus bacteria—no matter what the strain (scientese for “type” or “tribe”)—doesn’t want to be killed any more than any other living thing, so predictably:
#148. PCV13, like PCV7, is expected to continue inducing rapid strain replacement, rendering the new vaccine inadequate against pneumococcal disease.[10]
As you likely guessed, PCV13 is a “replacement” vaccine for the no-longer-very-effective PCV7 vaccine. The researchers wrote:
As PCV13 use increases during the next several years, we anticipate that overall rates of colonization may transiently drop, but eventual non-PCV13 serotype replacement may occur.
In English: this new vaccine may work for awhile, but it’s very likely that it will—as did PCV7, which preceded it—cease being effective because one or more new strains of even more antibiotic-resistant, vaccine-resistant pneumococcus will be forced into existence.
There are fourteen summarized research reports concerning the HPV (human papilloma virus) vaccine Gardasil in this book. First,you should know that there’s a better, zero risk way to significantly reduce risk of cervical cancer, and sometimes reverse it. Details are on page X.Now, on to:
#152. Clinical trials show no evidence that HPV vaccination can prevent cervical cancer; serious adverse reactions are common.[11] The researchers reported:
Current worldwide HPV immunization practices with either of the two HPV vaccines appear to be neither justified by long-term health benefits . . . nor is there any evidence that HPV (even if proven effective against cervical cancer) would reduce the rate of cervical cancer beyond what Pap screening has already achieved.
They also reported—as has been reported in the other thirteen reports summarized—that the HPV vaccine has been linked to lupus, multiple sclerosis, other autoimmune disorders, paralysis, convulsions, chronic fatigue syndrome, pulmonary embolisms, and death.
Childhood deaths from measles and mumps are exceptionally rare. Adults commonly die of cardiovascular disease. What do these have to do with each other?
#169.Measles and mumps infections in childhood protect against deadly heart attacks and strokes during adulthood.[12] This research included 60,179 women and 43,689 men ages 40 to 79. Women who had measles and mumps in childhood were significantly less likely to die from cardiovascular disease and stroke when compared with women who had neither infection. Men who had both measles and mumps were significantly less likely to die of a heart attack; men who’d had only mumps during childhood were significantly less likely to have a stroke.
A thought: perhaps skipping vaccinations for these problems—which are not often lethal—might be wisest in view of the significant cardiovascular risk reduction later on in life.
The nine other research reports include increased risk of emergency care (especially for girls) after MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccination, possible associations of MMR vaccine with brain autoimmunity and autism, and the risk that measles can be spread from fully vaccinated individuals to other fully vaccinated individuals.
#200. The shingles vaccine can cause serious adverse events, and its long-term efficacy is unknown.[13] There are twenty-three summarized research reports concerning theshingles vaccine. One of the most notable was actually reported in the prescribing information by the vaccine manufacturer itself, Merck &Co., Inc.
Adults over eighty years old given the shingles vaccine had more than twice as many adverse effects than those who weren’t given the vaccine. Serious cardiovascular events—including congestive heart failure and pulmonary edema, as well as respiratory infections and skin disorders—were also more common in those receiving the vaccine. Even worse, in those over eighty, the shingles vaccine was no more effective than placebo.
The other twenty-three summarized research reports in the varicella category include reports that like measles and mumps, chickenpox during childhood significantly reduced adult risk of heart attack, that chickenpox vaccination actually causes an increase in teenage and adult shingles infections, and that receiving the shingles vaccine had twice the risk of alopecia (hair loss) and arthritis.
As space is limited, the following studies taken from the remaining two hundred are listed with no further explanation, since the details can be found in the book:
#207. The hepatitis B vaccine triples the risk of developing multiple sclerosis.[14]
#214. Children who contract measles are significantly less likely to develop allergies than children who are vaccinated against measles.[15]
#223. Children who received a pertussis vaccine were 2 to 5 times more likely than unvaccinated children to be diagnosed with asthma.[16]
#259. “Iatrogenic inflammation” (inflammation after vaccination) caused epidemics of type 1 diabetes, obesity, and metabolic syndrome.[17]
#279. Major adverse reactions are common in premature infants who are vaccinated.[18]
#296. Hexavalent vaccines significantly increase the risk of sudden and unexpected deaths in young children.[19]
#315. Childhood diseases experienced early in life protect against many different types of cancer later in life.[20]
#337. Measles infections can reverse cancer; the measles virus may be used as treatment against human cancers.[21]
 
OTHER TOPICS INCLUDED IN THE BOOK:
INFECTION PROTECTION WITHOUT VACCINATION: Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies also contains thirty-two one-page (or less) summaries about vitamin D protecting against the flu and other respiratory infection and thirteen studies about vitamin A protection against complications and death from measles.
PHYSICIANS AND NURSES RESIST VACCINATION: Nineteen reports tell us that pediatricians, other medical doctors, and nurses worldwide do not follow official guidelines for vaccinations.
MORE EDUCATION, LESS VACCINATION: Twelve studies summarized reports that among non-health care professionals, more education is correlated with less enthusiasm and willingness to comply with “official” vaccination guidelines.
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST, INDUSTRY CONTROL, INTERNET SURVEILLANCE AND CRITICISM OF DISSENTING OPINION ABOUT VACCINATIONS: Eighteen research reports documenting this subject.
Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies: 400 Important Scientific Papers Summarized for Parents and Researchers is available from bookstores and multiple online sources. If you’re a parent or just interested in “both sides of the story” about vaccines, put this book on the shelf along with pro-vaccine publications, read both, and make your own better-informed decisions!
 
[1]https://www.hrsa.gov/vaccinecompensation/data/vicpmonthlyreporttemplate
[2] Goldman GS, Miller NZ. Relative Trends in hospitalizations and mortality among infants by the number of vaccine doses and age, based on the Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting System (VAERS), 1990-2010. Hum Exp Toxicol 2012;31(10):1012-21
[3] Geier D, Hooker B et al. A two-phase study evaluating the relationship between thiomerosol-containing vaccine administration and the risk for an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis in the United States. Transl Neurodegen 2013 December 19;2(1):25
[4] Bodewes R, Kreijtz J et al. Yearly influenza vaccinations: A double-edged sword?Lancet Infectious Diseases 2009 December:9(12);784-788
[5]Bodewes R, Kreijtz J et al. Vaccination against human influenza A/H3N2 virus prevents the induction of heterosubtypic immunity against lethal infection with avian influenza A/H5N1 virus.PLoS One. 2009;4(5):e5538.
[6] Cowling B Fang V et al. Increased risk of non-influenza respiratory virus infections associated with receipt of inactivated influenza vaccine. Clin Infect Dis 2012 June 15;54(12):1778-83
[7] Schmidtke A, Boney K, et al. Population diversity among Bordetella pertussis isolates, United States, 1935-2009. Emerg Infect Dis 2012 August;18(8):1248-55
[8] Mooi F, van Loo I. Bordetella pertussis strains with increased toxin production associated with pertussis resurgence. Emerg Infect Dis 2009 Aug;15(8):1206-13
[9] Huang S, Hinrichsen V. Continued impact of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on carriage in young children. Pediatrics 2009 July;124(1):e1-11
[10] Wroe P, Lee G, et al. Pneumococcal carriage and antibiotic resistance in young children before 13-valent conjugate vaccine. Pediatr Infect Dis J 2012 March;31(3):249-54
[11] Tomljenovic L, Shaw C. Human papilloma virus (HPV) policy and evidence-based medicine: are they at odds? Ann Med 2013 March;45(2):182-93
[12] Kubota Y, Iso H, et al. Association of measles and mumps with cardiovascular disease: the Japan Collaborative Cohort (JACC) study. Atherosclerosis 2015 June 18;241(2):682
[13] Merck & Company, Inc. Zostavax® (Zoster vaccine live) prescribing information. Initial US “approval”:2006; revised February 2014
[14] Hernan M, Jick S, et al. Recombinant hepatitis B vaccine and the risk of multiple sclerosis: A prospective study. Neurology 2004 September 14;63(5):838-42
[15] Rosenlund H, Bergstrom A, et al. Allergic disease and atopic sensitization in children in relation to measles vaccination and measles infection. Pediatrics 2009 March;123(3):771-78
[16] Hurwitz E, Morgenstern H. Effects of diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis or tetanus vaccination on allergies and allergy-related respiratory symptoms among children and adolescents in the United States. J Manipulative Physiol Ther 2000 February;23(2):81-90
[17] Classen JB. Review of Evidence that epidemics of type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes/metabolic syndroms are polar opposite responses to iatrogenic inflammation.
Curr Diabetes Rev 2012 November;8(6):413-18
[18] Sen S, Cloete Y, et al. Adverse events following vaccination in premature infants. Acta Pediatrica 2001 August;90(8):916-20
[19] von Kries R Toschke A, et al. Sudden and unexpected deaths after the administration of hexavalent vaccines (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis, hepatitis B, Haemophilus influenza type b): is there a signal?Eur J Pediatr 2005 February;164(2):61-69
[20] Albonico H, Braker H, Husler J. Febrile infectious childhood diseases in the history of cancer patients and matched controls. Med Hypotheses 1998 October;51(4): 315-20
[21] Russell S, Peng K Measles virus for cancer therapy. Curr Top Microbiol Immunol 2009; 330:213-41

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