Interesting Information/Vaccines: May 2015
Whooping Cough/Pertussis Vaccine’s Protection Fades Quickly
I came home to the news that there has been an “outbreak” of whooping cough–in a population of vaccinated children.
Now the “story” is that the vaccinated will have milder cases. But, where’s the proof of that?
Here’s an NPR story that appeared before I left for Charleston to see my family–and it amply illustrates the ignorance that is rampant in the whole vaccine issue:
This NPR story admits the whooping cough/Pertussis vaccine is not working. (The Tdap vaccine is meant to cover Tetnus, diptheria, and pertussis.)
And, the NPR story covers the fact that giving more boosters won’t do the trick either. Or, that the older Dtap vaccine contained ethyl mercury, now called thimersol.
BUT, NPR, like most mainstream press, does not understand the complexities of this issue.
What this writer has done is run to the usual suspects: Dr. Art Reingold (a professor of public health) just repeats the herd immunity myth. The ignorance factor among the public health people is beyond astounding.
Why keep going to them for answers? It’s easy, that’s why.
Why not go to someone in the actual field. Like an IMMUNOLOGIST, for instance.
Tetyana Obukhanych explains quite clearly what’s wrong with this vaccine in VACCINE ILLUSIONS (easy read, easy download).
The older whooping cough vaccine used BOTH strains of pertussis. But it had side effects that made it…not workable. The current vaccine only has ONE strain, and now it’s vaccine resistant. Hello out there. You do not know what you are doing. Here’s another unintended consequence that’s seriously bad. You’re creating a super disease now.
The information on tetanus does not include the information that there is a noninvasive way to create a natural immunity to tetanus. Again, read VACCINE ILLUSIONS to understand this issue.
Finally, the article does not share that this vaccine contains aluminum and formaldehyde–among other toxins.
Whooping Cough Vaccine’s Protection Fades Quickly : Shots – Health News : NPR.