‘Vaccines save lives, but all vaccines have side effects’

Vaccines have been credited with reducing some of the world’s most deadly diseases. But while the market for vaccinations has tripled since the turn of the century, representing over $25 billion a year and is expected to rise rapidly, questions over the safety and effectiveness of many of them remain. As new diseases develop or mutate, the speed with which some injections are produced has also been a source of question. While with fear comes rejection, which is also said to result in some unfavorable outcomes, the number of measles infections last year in the European Union was three times what it was in 2016, notably authorities said because people decided not to get immunized.

9 Responses to "‘Vaccines save lives, but all vaccines have side effects’"

  1. Mary   January 18, 2019 at 12:27 pm

    I wonder how many measles cases were because of the vaccine itself? I have seen comments that people got measles AFTER vaccination, possibly
    caused by it.

  2. Jann Spallina   January 18, 2019 at 6:20 pm

    But, how many died from those increased measles infections?
    And how many children were injured from the vaccines? Oh, wait, there are no accurate records for that last question.
    How is a normal person to take into account the necessity of each vaccine? The doctors push them ALL!

    • Louise Gallagher   January 25, 2019 at 10:47 pm

      You are exactly correct. The records are inaccurate. The doctors push vaccines because there is money in it. Big money. Just stop and think, there is money in a sick child. There is no money in a well or dead child. So keep them sick and the money continues to come.

  3. Joy Metcalf   January 18, 2019 at 11:15 pm

    Historically, measles was never considered a serious disease, rarely deadly. The only thing all the fear surrounding it serves is pharmaceutical company profits.

  4. Stuart Reid   January 21, 2019 at 10:38 pm

    After many years I have still not seen evidence that vaccines saved any lives.

    Can anybody show me.?

  5. Tod Merley   January 22, 2019 at 2:46 am

    In the early sixties it took ten thousand CASES of measles in the US to find one associated death. I do not believe this is the signature of a “deadly disease”. Also – can anyone help me understand exactly how it is that measles CAUSES death? I know that sepsis is often mentioned and also encephalitis, pneumonia, and dehydration. All on the list are known to be caused by many sources. I seriously doubt that there is even a single case where all other causes were conclusively ruled out showing that measles actually did cause the death.

    I believe that it is very simple. You cannot reduce the incidence of death and disease by going against the thousands of potential pathogens one at a time. Nature can and will substitute from her host of thousands, adapt to your block, and / or find some other way that we have not yet considered in our current ignorance. Blocking a single or several dozen (our entire set at this time) potential pathogens is a profoundly small portion of the host and so will make no positive difference in the disease and death rates. I believe that nature does not even blink at your attempts at artificial inoculation against specific individual distinct potential pathogens.

    Until it is proven that you actually do reduce the overall disease and death rates through our attempts at artificial inoculation we need a full moratorium against them until they are proven to be effective in this way.

  6. Amy Hamrick   January 22, 2019 at 12:18 pm

    My husband and his siblings got measles from the vaccine. He also received a tetanus shot in his early 30’s that nearly killed him with anaphylactic shock in the Dr’s office. That was the last time he got any shots. Our kids received only a couple shots on average after they were 2 1/2 years old (as we had read about reducing the risk of SIDS by waiting). After getting the Hep A shot, all 4 got a 48 hour headache and 3 of the 4 began to react to certain foods like eggs, avocados, bananas and broccoli with severe stomach aches. They got that shot at age 13, 11, 7 and 5 years old. I haven’t given them any more shots. I did look at their shot records recently and it appears the Dr wrote down that he also gave them the DTaP, I don’t know if he actually did (they only got one shot), or if he just wanted to bill for it. Can’t trust your health to Drs.

    • Louise Gallagher   January 25, 2019 at 11:00 pm

      If doctors would be more concerned with building up the immune system of their patients they wouldn’t need all of the vaccines that they so readily push. But there is no profit in a well patient.

  7. Lee   January 25, 2019 at 2:18 am

    Thanks for confirming the information that is already out there for people to read and make their own choices – if only… more would read for themselves rather than “trust” .


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