Monday, November 18, 2019

By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.on Vaccinations

By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Part six in our series of studies comparing health outcomes among vaccinated versus unvaccinated populations. Once again, chronic illness plagues the vaccinated cohorts. Despite the CDC and Pharma's efforts to block researchers from performing these studies and to prevent the journals from publishing them, public health advocates willing to search can find them in quiet abundance among the peer-reviewed literature on "Pubmed."
Titles from Part 6 Vaxxed/Unvaxxed Slides:
             Vaccination increases the risk of asthma (11.4X) and hay fever (10X) in children with no family history of those disorders;
             Vaccination with DTP simultaneously with measles vaccine or DTP after measles vaccine increased risk of death (2.59X);
             Hepatitis B Vaccination Increases the Odds (3.1X) of a Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis;
             70% of SIDS Deaths Occur Within Three Weeks of DPT Vaccination.
  A Generation Asleep? Narcolepsy in Teens and Young Adults
Narcolepsy, a severe sleep disorder that typically emerges in adolescence, appears to be on the rise in the U.S. A new analysis of U.S. health care claims reports prevalence roughly 50% higher than the upper limit cited in most prior studies, with the highest incidence in late adolescence and the early 20s.
As with many of the chronic conditions that plague today’s youth, narcolepsy researchers suspect that environmental exposures in genetically susceptible individuals are a key trigger. This perspective is compatible with recent studies proposing that narcolepsy is an autoimmune disease. And among the environmental exposures capable of setting autoimmunity in motion, recent medical history provides one clearly established culprit: an H1N1 influenza vaccine widely used in Europe in 2009–2010 during the so-called swine flu “pandemic.”