Suggestion in the Literature
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|Tue, 06-16-2009 - 5:06pm|
Some doctors say that there’s suggestion in the literature that the incidence of shingles is higher in children contracting wild-type CP compared to vaccinated children.
Hum, I’m wondering…did that *suggestion* include those who got both the vaccine AND the chickenpox? Nevermind…
Does anyone know of this study? (I’m looking forward to reading it.) I’m really curious, what year did this study occur?
I can not think of a single time in history when we have kept up with the “incidence” of shingles or chickenpox or any other self-limiting disease.
Oh well, it’s only *suggestion* in the literature... I'll take anecdotal evidence over *suggestion* any day .
On second glance... doesn’t it sound like those subjects in the study who got the disease were *not vaccinated*? Because I’m especially interested in those studies of vaccinated VS non-vaccinated. I keep hearing about them but I NEVER CAN FIND THEM. Wonder Why?
Okay...on THIRD glance! I'm wondering if the study says anything at all about the AGE at which the *subject* contracted shingles.
Old people get shingles. It's a fact. Children getting shingles today is fact as well. Only that was NOT fact throughout HISTORY. Today children are getting shingles at an alarming rate. We all know it's because of the chickenpox vaccine!