Vax vs. Unvax study

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Registered: 10-18-2007
Vax vs. Unvax study
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Thu, 03-12-2009 - 12:54pm

People have been requesting an epidemiological study with vaccinated and unvaccinated groups to determine the overall health effects. I'm fairly unclear on why the scientific community is opposed to this study. I mean, if the alleged hysteria over the safety and overall alleged bad effects of vaccines are so unfounded... then why not?

Why are animal doctors ahead of human doctors?

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Registered: 07-17-2005
Sat, 04-04-2009 - 3:59pm

I need proof that the measles is deadly...cause even the CDC says that the measles is rarely fatal. Even when a death of a child who had measles DOES occur - it ain't the measles that killed the child. It was treatment of the measles, treatment of fever or the health of the child that caused the death...not measles. Otherwise me and everyone my age would be dead! And everyone older than me would be dead...well, they wouldn't have been here to even have children now would they?

People tend to forget that the vaccine was not available until AFTER our living conditions were improved and at the same time, the spreading of disease was reduced. If measles was so deadly then ask your doctor friends why their parents, grandparents and great grandparents didn't die of the measles. Maybe it had to do with less vaccines weakening their immune systems? Could it be that their immune systems are actually able to do the jobs they were designed to do???

Oh, and before you tell us all how deadly the chickenpox is, please be aware that my kids didn't die from chickenpox either, not even the UNVACCINATED one! But she got a mild case, unlike the horribly bad case that her VACCINATED brother got. Yeah, that's right a kid who got the chickenpox vaccine also got the chickenpox. How common is it? Well, we don't know. VAERS doesn't know either. Possibly because they don't want to know...of course the CDC pulls numbers out of a hat and reports THAT to you. Maybe there's a reason you AND YOUR DOCTOR FRIENDS should look into the CDC's reputation for reporting numbers that always have positive effects on vaccine sales. Maybe you all should ask yourselves who makes the country's decisions about vaccines and who do they work for and who's stock is making them rich...

The measles is NOT deadly. Attached is a CDC report from 1967. Notice that some 40+ years later and they STILL have not "eradicated" the measles. Perhaps it's not possible to eradicate the measles? What's that saying about idiots? They keep doing the same thing over and over expecting different results.

Oh, but that's right...they DID get different results...their stock value went up and continues to climb, even in this economy!

I can't find any proven link that vaccines don't cause autism or other problems. I do, however, have first hand experience with a child who was born normal and after one shot began to have seizures that lasted a lifetime. They called it mental retardation back then but today it would be classified as Autism.

Have you ever read one single package insert from even one vaccine? When the manufacturer states in writing that the vaccine causes side effects - how can anyone take their child in for the *chance* that it may happen to them? All because they are duped into believing that these diseases are deadly and since the CDC employees all have financial stakes in vaccine sales, they will never tell the truth. They will NEVER create a study that is NOT designed for the outcome that best suits their wallets! Hence why we have no study of vaccinated VS unvaccinated children. And the fact that finding Autistic, Allergic, ADD, ADHD and Asthmatic kids is just a tad bit difficult...




Edited 4/4/2009 4:12 pm ET by crunchymomto2
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Registered: 07-17-2005
Sat, 04-04-2009 - 4:08pm

"Did you know that the hep b vax has not been ruled out as a cause of SIDS?"

"70% Of SIDS cases have been shown to follow pertussis vaccination within three weeks."

From the "Vaccine Safety Manual".

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Registered: 10-18-2007
Thu, 04-09-2009 - 11:44am

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This was actually only a case study, so it didn't really prove anything. It has some problems as well.

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