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Immunizations and Vaccinations: Are they safe?

Post  ClearWater on Fri Dec 10, 2010 8:55 pm

Vaccine Nation: Part 1 of 10
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TdSp3hyuHk

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Re: Immunizations and Vaccinations: Are they safe?

Post  ClearWater on Fri Dec 10, 2010 9:06 pm

Dispelling Vaccination Myths
Introduction

When my son was set to begin his routine vaccination series at age 2 months, I didn't know there were any risks associated with immunizations. But the clinic's flyer contained a contradiction: my child's chances of a serious adverse reaction to the DPT vaccine were one in 1750, while his chances of dying from pertussis were one in several million.

When I pointed this out to the physician, he angrily disagreed, and stormed out of the room mumbling, "I guess I should read that [flyer] sometime..." Soon thereafter I learned of a child who had been permanently disabled by a vaccine, so I decided to investigate for myself. My findings have so alarmed me that I feel compelled to share them; hence, this report.

Health authorities credit vaccines for disease declines, and assure us of their safety and effectiveness. Yet these assumptions are directly contradicted by government statistics, published medical studies, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports, and the opinions of credible research scientists from around the world.

In fact, infectious diseases declined steadily for decades prior to mass immunizations, doctors in the U.S. report thousands of serious vaccine reactions each year including hundreds of deaths and permanent disabilities, fully vaccinated populations have experienced epidemics, and researchers attribute dozens of chronic immunological and neurological diseases that have risen dramatically in recent decades to mass immunization campaigns.

Decades of studies published in the world's leading medical journals have documented vaccine failure and serious adverse vaccine events, including death. Dozens of books written by doctors, researchers, and independent investigators reveal serious flaws in immunization theory and practice.

Yet, incredibly, most pediatricians and parents are unaware of these findings. This has begun to change in recent years, however, as a growing number of parents and healthcare providers around the world are becoming aware of the problems and questioning mass mandatory immunization.

There is a growing international movement away from mass mandatory immunization. This report introduces some of the information that provides the basis for the movement.

My point is not to tell anyone whether or not to vaccinate, but rather, with the utmost urgency, to point out some very good reasons why everyone should examine the facts before deciding whether or not to submit to the procedure.

As a new parent, I was shocked to discover the absence of a legal mandate or professional ethic requiring pediatricians to be fully informed of the risks of vaccination, let alone to inform parents that their children risk death or permanent disability upon being vaccinated.

I was equally dismayed to see first-hand the prevalence of physicians who are, if with the best of intentions, applying practices based on incomplete-and in some cases, outright mis-information.

This report is only a brief introduction; your own further investigation is warranted and strongly recommended. You may discover that this is the only way to get an objective view, as the controversy is a highly emotional one.

A word of caution: Many have found pediatricians unwilling or unable to discuss this subject calmly with an open mind. Perhaps this is because they have staked their personal identities and professional reputations on the presumed safety and effectiveness of vaccines, and because they are required by their profession to promote vaccination.

But in any event, anecdotal reports suggest that most doctors have great difficulty acknowledging evidence of problems with vaccines. The first pediatrician I attempted to share my findings with yelled angrily at me when I calmly brought up the subject. The misconceptions have very deep roots.


The above is just a small part of an article discussing the 'myths' and 'truths' regarding vaccinations.
Continue reading here... http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2001/08/18/vaccine-myths.aspx
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Re: Immunizations and Vaccinations: Are they safe?

Post  ClearWater on Fri Dec 10, 2010 9:34 pm

The short, eye-opening eBook linked below is titled Aluminum in Vaccines -- a Neurological Gamble, by Neil Miller, director of the Thinktwice Global Vaccine Institute. It documents the hazards associated with aluminum-laden vaccines. Children are receiving high concentrations of aluminum in their shots. This well-documented neurotoxin may be more dangerous than mercury.

Vaccines containing high concentrations of neurotoxic aluminum were added to the child immunization schedule when several vaccines containing mercury were removed. Two-month old babies now receive 1,225 mcg of aluminum from their vaccines -- 50 times higher than safety levels! Although the FDA, CDC and World Health Organization are aware of the dangers, they expect parents to play Russian roulette with their children.



"From 1999 through 2002, several mercury-based vaccines were phased out of the recommended immunization schedule. They were replaced with low-mercury, or "thimerisol free," vaccines. Today, authorities claim that autism rates have not declined after the mercury phaseout, and use this to support their contention that vaccines are safe. However, during this so-called "phaseout' period, authorities actually added mercury-laced flu shots to the list of vaccines urges for all babies 6-23 months of age. Soon thereafter, the CDC also added pregnant women in their first trimester to the list of people officially recommended--and actively encouraged--to receive mercury-laced flu vaccines."

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http://www.thinktwice.com/aluminum.pdf
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Italy – Court Holds MMR Vaccine Causes Autism

Post  Carol on Wed May 16, 2012 12:50 pm

Italy – Court Holds MMR Vaccine Causes Autism
http://www.whale.to/v/italy_court.html

Posted on May 7, 2012 by ChildHealthSafety
This is an extract of a Google translation from the Initiative Citoyenne blog [France]:

Autism cases: for the tribunal of Rimini, “it is the fault of the vaccine” – April 10, 2012

Autism. Rimini District Court: “The fault of the vaccine.” The ministry ordered to pay compensation.

Now, it seemed an old theory denigrated, the court instead of Rimini argued that a vaccine can make a child autistic.

This judgment No. 2010/148, part No. 2010/0474, journal.n ° 2012/886, gave the appeal lodged by parents against the Department of Health, who demanded the payment of compensation for irreversible complications caused by a vaccine.

The vaccine is MMR. According to parents, in fact, symptoms of autism in their son did appear after inoculation.

And really the same day, as read in the judgement [CHS Ed: this is a .pdf file in Italian which you can click to download]. Return to the clinic in Riccione, March 26, 2004, the child began to show troubling symptoms (diarrhea and nervousness) and then between 2004 and 2005 occurred signs of severe psychological distress to physical recognition, 7 August 2007, the total and permanent disability to 100%.”

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Autism cases: for the tribunal of Rimini, “it is the fault of the vaccine” – April 10, 2012
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April 10, 2012

Autism. Rimini District Court: "The fault of the vaccine." The ministry ordered to pay compensation.

Now, it seemed an old theory denigrated, the court instead of Rimini argued that a vaccine can make a child autistic.

This judgment No. 2010/148, part No. 2010/0474, journal.n ° 2012/886, gave the appeal lodged by parents against the Department of Health, who demanded the payment of compensation for irreversible complications caused by a vaccine.
The vaccine is MMR. According to parents, in fact, symptoms of autism in their son did appear after inoculation.

And really the same day, as read in the judgment . Return to the clinic in Riccione, March 26, 2004, the child began to show troubling symptoms (diarrhea and nervousness) and then between 2004 and 2005 occurred signs of severe psychological distress to physical recognition, 7 August 2007, the total and permanent disability to 100%.

That it was told the vaccination, the specialist Niglio had already stated in June 2008 and the confirmation came a year later by the specialist Montanari. The link, in the judgment is "established." Up condemn the Ministry of Health to pay compensation.

The judgment has caused "great confusion" between the experts of the Scientific Council of the immunization schedule for Life, which brings together people with high ranks of Hygiene and Public Health, General Practice, the Regional Pediatric Hospital- university umbrella and the Italian Society of Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and Public Health (ITIS), the Italian Federation of General Practice Doctors (Fimmg), the Italian Federation of Paediatricians Doctors (FIMP) and the Italian Society of Pediatrics (Sip).

The judgment, according to these experts, must be "of course" based "on what has been published 14 years ago, in the Lancet, and successively removed for obvious non-foundation of what was originally proposed by a group of British researchers. "

The leading medical journal Lancet actually formally withdrew the study on possible links between autism and MMR. The article, published in 1998 and written by British physician Andrew Wakefield, was due to a long dispute over scientific nearly 12 years. Wakefield claimed that the vaccine was the cause of intestinal infections, both associated with Kanner syndrome. His claims were discredited by the scientific world, and were the basis of the most important disputes in the history of medicine:

"Unfortunately - says the Scientific Council - false theories have proposed led to a sharp decline in vaccinations in the United States, Britain and other European countries, with the result, in many cases, a sudden increase in cases of measles and its complications, including several cases encephalitis and death. "

"Different points of work in 1998 Wakerfield are incorrect," said in a press release the same journal, dealing with the 1998 publication, say the experts ITIS, the Fimmg, the FIMP and Sip in a note, adding that "a disciplinary committee of the British Committee of General Practice (General Medical Council), after careful study, told how Wakerfield presented his research in a" dishonest and irresponsible "and" ignored with insensitivity "the suffering of children covered by the study. In the Scientific Committee's report can be read also that Wakefield has "ruined the reputation" of the medical profession. The same Wakefield was expelled from the College of Physicians and can no longer practice medicine. Verdicts net and if serious leave little doubt . "

The Scientific Council recalls the contrary that "the results of two scientific studies published recently in one of the most credible medical journals worldwide , the British Medical Journal (A January 5, 2011 BMJ 2011 342: c5347, and the other published January 11, 2011 BMJ 2011 342: c5258) have reported the failure of the association and foundation, among others, that patients were recruited from anti-vaccination activists, and that the study was commissioned and funded for a specific purpose characterized by ideological prejudices and economic interests. "

"Too often unproven and scientifically established, the only relationship between the concomitant administration of a vaccine and an adverse event or disease due to unknown causes is considered sufficient in itself to consider that the cause comes from vaccination," Council commented, that "before taking actions that directly or indirectly have a negative meaning to the whole community by taking a risk of illness for children and adults with negative reflex to join the national prevention program, which is called upon to judge - former Commission laws 210/92 - assuming the greatest scientific rigor and above all sustainability claims, judgments based on the universally recognized achievements. "

"Also unusual - the note continues ITIS experts, Fimmg, FIMP and Sip - the fact that the city can ignore the judgment and reasons for the actions of national and international scientific community which, inter alia, the right / duty to protect all work solely in order to practice with the guarantees necessary forensic. Yet such a judgment issued just might have the only result the loss of confidence in our fundamental instrument of prevention to the health of children and the entire population, with consequent re-emergence of serious illness and even death, like measles, and thinking also to parents of children afflicted with serious illness such as autism have found the reason for so much suffering. And these parents certainly do not deserve more lies about the status of their child. "

Finally, to prevent this negative judgment set a precedent on professional dynamics, the Council hopes that the Ministry of Health, as an advocate in the case which led to the controversial judgment of first instance, will appeal to the Court of Bologna. To this end, Council members will make "available to assist the Attorney General's office to provide advice and valid scientific literature to highlight in particular the failure of this specific vaccination to create provocative history of autism."

Source: Quotidianosanita.it


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