Vaccines


Vaccines and The Great Debate

I have done endless research on this subject and I continue to do research on this subject.  The more research I do, the prouder I am with our choice to forgo vaccines for our children.  I am forever interested in health, nutrition and 'alternative treatment'.  I am a very strong advocate for my health and the health of my family.  My blog's main interest will not be about vaccines and anything I feel worth mentioning on the subject will be posted here. If you have any legitimate questions feel free to ask and I will happily answer but if you are looking for an argument, to be mean, bitter, cruel or ignorant you have come to the wrong site.....and really I feel that way about every subject...there is no learning, life or forward motion coming from a place of anger. So do that elsewhere...thank you 

You can read more about my feelings on the subject in a piece I wrote for Modern Alternative Mama in a two part'er

The Delicate Ego of the Modern Parent Part I
The Delicate Ego of the Modern Parent Part II

Here are some articles, books, studies, web sites, and reference materials if you want to learn more. People often claim that "anti-vaccine" websites do not provide valid documentation. Here I will provide hundreds of peer-reviewed studies from scientific and medical journals. Many of these studies link vaccines to the onset of new diseases. I will continually add to this page so come back 



A list of books on the subject.
Saying No to Vaccines by Dr. Sherry Tenpenny
Vaccines: A Thoughtful Parents Guide by Aviva Jill Romm
The Vaccine Book: Making the Right Decision for your Child by Dr. Robert Sears
Make an Informed Vaccine Decision or the Health of your Child by Mayer Eisenstein
Vaccines: Are They Really Safe and Effective? by Neil Z. Miller
Vaccine Safety Manual for Concerned Families and Health Practitioners, 2nd Edition: Guide to Immunization Risks and Protection by Neil Z Miller
Vaccine Epidemic: How Corporate Greed, Biased Science, and Coercive Government Threaten Our Human Rights, Our Health, and Our Children by Louise Kuo Habakus and Mary Holland
Raising a Vaccine Free Child by Wendy Lydall
The Vaccine Guide: Risks and Benefits for Children and Adults by Randall Neustaedter
What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Childhood Vaccines by Stephanie Cave & Deborah Mitchell
The Virus and the Vaccine: Contaminated Vaccines, Deadly Cancers and Government Neglect by Debbie Bookchin & Jim Schumacher
How To Raise a Healthy Child in Spite of Your Doctor by Robert S. Mendelsohn MD
A Shot in the Dark by H. Coulter
Just A Little Prick by Peter Butler and Hillary Butler
From One Prick to Another by Peter and Hillary Butler
The Truth About Vaccines: How We Are Being Used as Guinea Pigs Without Knowing it by Richard Halvorsen
Fear of the Invisible by Janine Roberts
Shaken Baby Syndrome or Vaccine Induced Encephalitis - Are Parents Being Falsely Accused? by Harold Buttrum MD & Christina England
Evidence of Harm by David Kirby
The Poisoned Needle by Eleanor Bean (this one you can read the whole thing on line)


What's Really in Them?
Thimerosal (aka Mercury) and it can still be found in the flu shot and the HiB Vaccine (in Canada)
It is still used in the manufacturing process and trace amounts can be found in ALL vaccines even ones that claim to be thimerosal free. Thimerosal was replaced by 2-phenoxyethanol, another toxic substance used in antifreeze and is contained in Pentacel, the DTPaP+Hib vaccines injected into most Canadian babies starting at 2 months of age. Thimerosal is found in ALL multi-dose vaccines.
A link to ALL vaccine packaging inserts
A list from the CDC of ALL the other ingredients other than the virus in vaccines....which is a scary list
Find out more about each chemical

Vaccines Saved Us!
Did vaccines save us as the manufacturers claim?  Most studies show otherwise.
Graph of the decline of disease in relationship to the introduction of the vaccine.  
The above is the actual studies paper prepared by Raymond Obomsawin PhD, this is his findings with conclusive commentary
The CDCs Notifiable Disease and Mortality Tables

'Herd Immunity' 
The Herd Immunity Theory - Treating Our Children Like Cattle


AIDS
Documents links between the polio vaccine and AIDS
The Polio Vaccine and AIDS:
  • Essex, M., et al. "The origin of the AIDS virus." Scientific American, 1988; 259:64-71.
  • Karpas, A. "Origin and Spread of AIDS." Nature, 1990; 348:578.
  • Kyle, Walter S. "Simian retroviruses, poliovaccine, and origin of AIDS." Lancet, 1992; 339:600-601.
  • Elswood, B.F. and Stricker, R.B. "Polio vaccines and the origin of AIDS." Medical Hypothesis, vol. 42, 1994, pp. 347-354.
  • Myers, G., et al. "The emergence of simian/human immunodeficiency viruses." AIDS Res Human Retro 1992: 8:373-86.
  • Workshop on Simian Virus-40 (SV-40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. (National Vaccine Information Center, January 27-28, 1997.) www.909shot.com/polio197.htm (Includes a summary of evidence presented at the Eighth Annual Houston Conference on AIDS.)
  • Martin, Brian. "Polio vaccines and the origin of AIDS: The career of a threatening idea." Townsend Letter for Doctors (January 1994), pp. 97-100.
  • Curtis, Tom. "Did a polio vaccine experiment unleash AIDS in Africa?" The Washington Post (April 5, 1992), pp. C3+.
  • World Health Organization. "T-lymphotropic retroviruses of nonhuman primates." WHO informal meeting. Weekly Epidemiology Records, 1985; 30:269-70.
  • Huet, T., et al. "Genetic organization of a chimpanzee lentivirus related to HIV-1." Nature 1990; 345:356-359.
  • Desrosiers, R.C. "HIV-1 origins: A finger on the missing link." Nature 1990; 345:288-89.
  • Sabin, A.B. "Properties and behavior of orally administered attenuated poliovirus vaccine." Journal of the American Medical Association 1957; 164: 1216-23.
  • Plotkin, S.A., Koprowski, H., et al. "Clinical trials in infants of orally administered poliomyelitis viruses." Pediatrics 1959; 23:1041-62.
  • Barin, F., et al. "Serological evidence for virus related to simian T-lymphotropic retrovirus III in residents of West Africa." Lancet 1985; ii:1387-1389.
  • Hirsch, V.M., et al. "Simian immunodeficiency virus infection of macaques: End-stage disease is characterized by widespread distribution of proviral DNA in tissues." Journal of Infectious Disease 1991; 163:976-988.
  • Bohannon, R.C., et al. "Isolation of a Type D retrovirus from B-cell lymphomas of a patient with AIDS." Journal of Virology 1991; 65(11):5663-72.
  • Khabbaz, R.F., et al. "Simian immunodeficiency virus needlestick accident in a laboratory worker." Lancet 1992; 340:271-73.
  • Gao, F., et al. "Human infection by genetically diverse SIVsm-related HIV-2 in West Africa." Nature 1992; 358:495-99.
  • Giunta S., et al. "The primate trade and the origin of AIDS viruses." Nature 1987; 329:22.
  • Seale, J. "Crossing the species barrier -- viruses and the origins of AIDS in perspective." J R Soc Med 1989; 82:519-23.
  • Lecatsas G. "Origin of AIDS." Nature 1991; 351:179.
  • Koprowski, H. "Historical aspects of the development of live virus vaccine in poliomyelitis." British Medical Journal 1960; ii:85-91.
  • Lebrun, A., et al. "Vaccination with the CHAT strain of Type 1 attenuated poliomyelitis virus in Leopoldville, Belgian Congo." Bulletin of the World Health Organization 1960; 22:203-213.
  • Sabin, A.B. "Present position of immunization against poliomyelitis with live virus vaccines." British Medical Journal 1959; i:663-680.
  • Mahmias, A.J., et al. "Evidence for human infection with an HTLV III/LAV-like virus in Central Africa, 1959." Lancet 1986; i:1279-80.
  • Huminer, D., et al. "AIDS in the pre-AIDS era." Rev Infect Dis 1987; 9:1102-08.
  • Corbitt, G., et al. "HIV infection in Manchester, 1959." Lancet 1990; ii:51.
  • Cohen, J. "Debate on AIDS origin: Rolling Stone weighs in -- Controversial article angers vaccine experts by claiming AIDS could have been spread by polio vaccines in Africa." Science (March 1992), p. 1505. [Article]
  • Sonnet, J., et al. "Early AIDS cases originating from Zaire and Burtundi (1962-1976)." Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Disease 1987; 19:511-17.
Autism

Hepatitis B VaccineTriples the Risk of Autism in Infant Boys  

Autism and Vaccines around the World: Vaccine Schedule, Autism Rates & Under 5 Mortality Rates

Documents correlations between vaccines and autism.

Autism and the MMR (or Measles) Vaccine:

  • Oleske, J. "Elevated rubeola [measles] titers in autistic children." Abstract presented by D. Zecca and Dr. Graffino at an NIH meeting (September 23, 1997). As quoted by Richard Gallup in "Autism and autoimmunity." www.chiroweb.com/archives/18/14/10.html April 15, 2002.
  • Fudenberg, H.H. "Dialysable lymphocyte extract (DlyE) in infantile onset autism: a pilot study." Biotherapy 1996; 9:143-147.
  • Gupta, S. "Immunology and immunologic treatment of autism." Proceedings of the National Autism Association, Chicago 1996: 455-460.
  • Wakefield, A.J., et al. "Ileal-lymphoid-nodular hyperplasia, non-specific colitis, and pervasive developmental disorder in children." Lancet 1998; 351:637-641.
  • Yazbak, F.E. "Autism: Is there a vaccine connection? Part I. Vaccination after delivery." 1999. Part I
  • Yazbak, F.E. "Autism: Is there a vaccine connection? Part II. Vaccination around pregnancy." 1999. Part II
  • Yazbak, F.E. "Autism: Is there a vaccine connection? Part III. Vaccination around pregnancy, the sequel." 2000. Part III
  • "Autism: Present Challenges, Future Needs -- Why the Increased Rates?" Government Reform Committee Hearing, Washington, DC. (April 6, 2000.)
  • Bernard, S., et al. "Autism: a novel form of mercury poisoning," (July 2000). Submitted to the Government Reform Committee Hearing, Washington, DC. (July 18, 2000.) www.house.gov/reform/healthcare/mercury_paper.htm
  • "Autism: Why the Increased Rates? A One-Year Update." Government Reform Committee Hearing, Washington, DC. (April 25-26, 2001.)
  • "The Autism Epidemic: Is the NIH and CDC Response Adequate?" Government Reform Committee Hearing, Washington, DC. (April 18, 2002.)
  • "The Status of Research into Vaccine Safety and Autism." Government Reform Committee Hearing, Washington, DC. (June 19, 2002.)
  • Kawashima, K., et al. "Detection and sequencing of measles virus from peripheral mononuclear cells from patients with inflammatory bowel disease and autism." Digestive Diseases and Sciences (April 2000); 45:723-729.
  • Reuters Medical News. "Measles persistence confirmed in some patients with IBD, autistic enterocolitis." (June 20, 2000). www.id.medscape.com/reuters/prof/2000/ 06/06.20/20000620scie001.html
  • Wakefield, A.J. et al. "Enterocolitis in children with developmental disorders." American Journal of Gastroenterology 2000; 95(9):2154-2156.
  • Wakefield, A., et al. "Measles, mumps and rubella vaccine: through a glass, darkly." Adverse Drug Reaction and Toxicologica Reviews 2000; 19(4):265-283.
  • Kiln MR, "Autism, inflammatory bowel disease, and MMR vaccine." Lancet 1998 May 2;351(9112):1358.
  •  Selway, "MMR vaccination and autism 1998. Medical practitioners need to give more than reassurance." BMJ 1998 Jun 13;316(7147):1824.
  •  Nicoll A, Elliman D, Ross E, "MMR vaccination and autism 1998," MJ 1998 Mar 7;316(7133):715-716.
  •  Lindley K J, Milla PJ, "Autism, inflammatory bowel disease, and MMR vaccine."Lancet 1998 Mar 21;351(9106):907-908.
  • Bedford H, et al, "Autism, inflammatory bowel disease, and MMR vaccine." Lancet 1998 Mar 21;351(9106):907.
  • Vijendra K. Singh, Sheren X. Lin, and Victor C. Yang, "Serological Association of Measles Virus and Human Herpesvirus-6 with Brain Autoantibodies in Autism," Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology, Oct 1998, Vol. 89, No. 1, p 105-108.
Studies "Disproving" a Link Between MMR and Autism
(These Two "Studies" Were Later Exposed and Rejected as Being Scientifically Illegitimate.):

  • Peltola, et al. "No evidence for measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine-associated inflammatory bowel disease or autism in a 14-year prospective study." Lancet 1998; 351:1327-1328.
  • Taylor, et al. "Autism and measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine: no epidemiological evidence for a causal association." Lancet 1999; 353:2026-2029.
Autism and the Smallpox Vaccine:
  • Eggers, C, "Autistic Syndrome (Kanner) and Vaccinations against Smallpox", Klin Paediatr, Mar 1976, 188(2):172-180.
Auto-Immune Diseases
Documents scientific links between vaccines and immune system damage, including autoimmunity and autism.
Vaccines and Autoimmunity:
  • Romanov, V A, et al, "Role of Auto-immune Processes in the Pathogenesis of Post-Vaccinal Lesions of the Nervous System", Oct 1977, Zh Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol, 10:80-83.
  • Grachev, V P, et al, "Formation of Auto-antibodies in Laboratory Animals After Inoculation of Viruses With Different Virulence. I. Results of Studies ..., July 1973, Acta Virol (Praha), 17:319-326.
  • Movsesiants, AA, et al, "Experimental Study of the Ability of Different Strains of Vaccinia Virus to Induce Auto-Antibody Formation", Vopr Virusol, May-Jun 1975; (3):297-302.
  • Negina, IuP, "Comparative Study of Auto-antibody Formation Following Immunization With Different Types of Typhoid Vaccines", Zh Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol, May 1980; (5):69-72.

Cancer
Documents scientific links between vaccines and cancer, including leukemia, lymphomas, chromosome changes leading to mutations, and links between the polio vaccine, a monkey virus (SV-40), and mesotheliomas, brain tumors, bone cancers, and more.
Vaccines, Leukemia and Lymphomas:
  • Bichel, "Post-vaccinial Lymphadenitis Developing into Hodgkin’s Disease", Acta Med Scand, 1976, Vol 199, p523-525.
  • Stewart, AM, et al, "Aetiology of Childhood Leukaemia", Lancet, 16 Oct, 1965, 2:789-790.
  • Glathe, H et al, "Evidence of Tumorigenic Activity of Candidate Cell Substrate in Vaccine Production by the Use of Anti-Lymphocyte Serum", Development Biol Std, 1977, 34:145-148.
  • Bolognesi, DP, "Potential Leukemia Virus Subunit Vaccines: Discussion", Can Research, Feb 1976, 36(2 pt 2):655-656.
  • Colon, VF, et al, "Vaccinia Necrosum as a Clue to Lymphatic Lymphoma", Geriatrics, Dec 1968, 23:81-82.
  • Park-Dincsoy, H et al, "Lymphoid Depletion in a case of Vaccinia Gangrenosa", Laval Med, Jan 1968, 39:24-26.
  • Hugoson, G et al, "The Occurrence of Bovine Leukosis Following the Introduction of Babesiosis Vaccination", Bibl Haemat, 1968, 30:157-161.
  • Hartstock, , ""Post-vaccinial Lymphadenitis: Hyperplasia of Lymphoid Tissue That Simulates Malignant Lymphomas", Apr 1968, Cancer, 21(4):632-649.
  • Allerberger, F, "An Outbreak of Suppurative Lymphadenitis Connected with BCG Vaccination in Austria- 1990/1991," Am Rev Respir Disorder, Aug 1991, 144(2) 469.
  •  Omokoku B, Castells S, "Post-DPT inoculation cervical lymphadenitis in children." N Y State J Med 1981 Oct;81(11):1667-1668.
Vaccines and Chromosome Changes Leading to Mutations:
  • Knuutila, S et al, "An Increased Frequency of Chromosomal Changes and SCE’s in Cultured Lymphocytes of 12 Subjects Vaccinated Against Smallpox," Hum Genet, 1978 Feb 23; 41(1):89-96.
  • Cherkeziia, SE, et al, "Disorders in the Murine Chromosome Apparatus Induced By Immunization with a Complex of Anti-viral Vaccines," Vopr Virusol, 1979 Sept Oct, (5):547-550. [SCE means sister chromatid exchange and is an indication that genetic mutations are occurring, which could possibly lead to cancer-causing mutations.]
The Polio Vaccine Has Been Linked to Cancer:

  • Shah, K and Nathanson, N. "Human exposure to SV40." American Journal of Epidemiology, 1976; 103: 1-12.
  • Innis, M.D. "Oncogenesis and poliomyelitis vaccine." Nature, 1968; 219:972-73.
  • Soriano, F., et al. "Simian virus 40 in a human cancer." Nature, 1974; 249:421-24.
  • Weiss, A.F., et a;. "Simian virus 40-related antigens in three human meningiomas with defined chromosome loss." Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 1975; 72(2):609-13.
  • Scherneck, S., et al. "Isolation of a SV-40-like papovavirus from a human glioblastoma." International Journal of Cancer 1979; 24:523-31.
  • Stoian, M., et al. "Possible relation between viruses and oromaxillofacial tumors. II. Research on the presence of SV40 antigen and specific antibodies in patients with oromaxillofacial tumors." Virologie, 1987; 38:35-40.
  • Stoian, M., et al. "Possible relation between viruses and oromaxillofacial tumors. II. Detection of SV40 antigen and of anti-SV40 antibodies in patients with parotid gland tumors." Virologie, 1987; 38:41-46.
  • Bravo, M.P., et al. "Association between the occurrence of antibodies to simian vacuolating virus 40 and bladder cancer in male smokers." Neoplasma, 1988; 35:285-88.
  • O'Connell, K., et al. "Endothelial cells transformed by SV40 T-antigen cause Kaposi's sarcoma-like tumors in nude mice." American Journal of Pathology, 1991; 139(4):743-49.
  • Weiner, L.P., et al. "Isolation of virus related to SV40 from patients with progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy." New England Journal of Medicine, 1972; 286:385-90.
  • Tabuchi, K. "Screening of human brain tumors for SV-40-related T-antigen." International Journal of Cancer 1978; 21:12-17.
  • Meinke, W., et al. "Simian virus 40-related DNA sequences in a human brain tumor." Neurology 1979; 29:1590-94.
  • Krieg, P., et al. "Episomal simian virus 40 genomes in human brain tumors." Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 1981; 78:6446-50.
  • Krieg, P., et al. "Episomal Simian Virus 40 Genomes in Human Brain Tumors." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 1981, 78(10):6446-6450.
  • Krieg, P., et al. "Cloning of SV40 genomes from human brain tumors." Virology 1984; 138:336-40.
  • Geissler, E. "SV40 in human intracranial tumors: passenger virus or oncogenic 'hit-and-run' agent?" Z Klin Med, 1986; 41:493-95.
  • Geissler, E. "SV40 and Human Brain Tumors." Progress in Medical Virology, 1990; 37:211-222.
  • Bergsagel, D.J., et al. "DNA sequences similar to those of simian virus 40 in ependymomas and choroid plexus tumors of childhood." New England Journal of Medicine, 1992; 326:988-93.
  • Martini, M., et al. "Human Brain Tumors and Simian Virus 40." Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1995, 87(17):1331.
  • Lednicky, JA., et al. "Natural Simian Virus 40 Strains are Present in Human Choroid Plexus and Ependymoma Tumors." Virology, 1995, 212(2):710-17.
  • Tognon, M., et al. "Large T Antigen Coding Sequence of Two DNA Tumor Viruses, BK and SV-40, and Nonrandom Chromosome Changes in Two Gioblastoma Cell Lines." Cancer Genetics and Cytogenics, 1996, 90(1): 17-23.
  • Carbone, M., et al. "SV-40 Like Sequences in Human Bone Tumors." Oncogene, 1996, 13(3):527-35.
  • Pass, HI, Carbone, M., et al. "Evidence For and Implications of SV-40 Like Sequences in Human Mesotheliomas." Important Advances in Oncology, 1996, pp. 89-108.
  • Rock, Andrea. "The Lethal Dangers of the Billion Dollar Vaccine Business," Money, (December 1996), p. 161. [Article]
  • Carlsen, William. "Rogue virus in the vaccine: Early polio vaccine harbored virus now feared to cause cancer in humans." San Francisco Chronicle (July 15, 2001), p. 7. [Article: Research by Susan Fisher, epidemiologist, Loyola University Medical Center.]
  • Bookchin, D. and Schumacher J. "Tainted polio vaccine still carries its threat 40 years later." The Boston Globe (January 26, 1997). [Article]
  • Rosa, FW., et al. "Absence of antibody response to simian virus 40 after inoculation with killed-poliovirus vaccine of mothers offspring with neurological tumors." New England Journal of Medicine, 1988; 318:1469.
  • Rosa, FW., et al. Response to: "Neurological tumors in offspring after inoculation of mothers with killed poliovirus vaccine." New England Journal of Medicine, 1988, 319:1226.
  • Martini, F., et al. "SV-40 Early Region and Large T Antigen in Human Brain Tumors, Peripheral Blood Cells, and Sperm Fluids from Healthy Individuals." Cancer Research, 1996, 56(20):4820-4825.

This study was done to attempt to exonerate the vaccine and fails
Diabetes
Documents scientific links between vaccines and diabetes. Some articles on this topic are included as well.
Vaccines and Diabetes:
  • Sinaniotis, et al, "Diabetes Mellitus after Mumps Vaccination", Arc Dis Child, 1975, 50:749.66
  • Polster, H, "Diabetes insipidus after Smallpox vaccination", Z Aerztl Fortbild (Jena), 1 Apr 1966, 60:429-432.
  • Patan, "Postvaccinal Severe Diabetes Mellitus", Ter Arkh, Jul 1968, 40:117-118.
  • Classen, JB, MD, "The Timing of Immunization Affects The Development of Diabetes in Rodents", Autoimmunity, 1996, 24:137-145.
  •  Classen JB, "The diabetes epidemic and the hepatitis B vaccines," N Z Med J, 109(1030):366 1996 Sep 27. [letter]
  • Classen JB, "Childhood immunisation and diabetes mellitus," N Z Med J, 109(1022):195 1996 May 24 [letter]
  • Poutasi K, " Immunisation and diabetes," N Z Med J 1996 Jul 26;109(1026):283. [letter; comment]
Articles Linking Vaccines and Diabetes:
  • Dokheel, T M, "An Epidemic of Childhood Diabetes in the United States? Evidence from ....", Diabetes Care, 1993, 16:1606-1611.
  •  Parent ME, et al, "Bacille Calmette-Guerin vaccination and incidence of IDDM in Montreal, Canada," Diabetes Care 1997 May; 20(5):767-772.
  •  House DV, Winter WE, "Autoimmune diabetes. The role of auto-antibody markers in the prediction and prevention of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus," Clin Lab Med 1997 Sep; 17(3):499-545.
  • Zeigler, M et al , "[Autoantibodies in type 1 diabetes mellitus]" Z Arztl Fortbild (Jena). 1994 Aug; 88(7-8):561-5
MMR
Documents hazards associated with the MMR (and measles) vaccines.
The MMR Vaccine: 
  • Albonico, H., Klein, P., et al. "The immunization campaign against measles, mumps and rubella -- coercion leading to a realm of uncertainty: medical objections to a continued MMR immunization campaign in Switzerland." JAM 1992; 9(1). [180 European medical doctors oppose the use of MMR.]
  • Wakefield, A., et al. "Measles, mumps and rubella vaccine: through a glass, darkly." Adverse Drug Reaction and Toxicologica Reviews 2000; 19(4):265-283.
  • Templeton, S. "MMR vaccine should not have been licensed." Sunday Herald (London: December 10, 2000). [Article]
  • Petrovic, M., et al. "Second dose of measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine: questionnaire survey of health professionals." British Medical Journal 2001; 322:82-85. [Doctors and nurses do not recommend it.]
  • BBC News. "Why Japan stopped using MMR," (February 8, 2002). www.news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/world/asia-pacific/newsid_1808000/1808316.stm
The MMR (or Measles) Vaccine and Autism:
  • Oleske, J. "Elevated rubeola [measles] titers in autistic children." Abstract presented by D. Zecca and Dr. Graffino at an NIH meeting (September 23, 1997). As quoted by Richard Gallup in "Autism and autoimmunity." www.chiroweb.com/archives/18/14/10.html (April 15, 2002.)
  • Fudenberg, H.H. "Dialysable lymphocyte extract (DlyE) in infantile onset autism: a pilot study." Biotherapy 1996; 9:143-147.
  • Gupta, S. "Immunology and immunologic treatment of autism." Proceedings of the National Autism Association, Chicago 1996: 455-460.
  • Wakefield, A.J., et al. "Ileal-lymphoid-nodular hyperplasia, non-specific colitis, and pervasive developmental disorder in children." Lancet 1998; 351:637-641.
  • Yazbak, F.E. "Autism: Is there a vaccine connection? Part I. Vaccination after delivery." 1999. www.garynull.com/documents/autism99b.htm
  • Yazbak, F.E. "Autism: Is there a vaccine connection? Part II. Vaccination around pregnancy." 1999. www.garynull.com/documents/autism99b2.htm
  • Yazbak, F.E. "Autism: Is there a vaccine connection? Part III. Vaccination around pregnancy, the sequel." 2000. www.garynull.com/documents/autism99b3.htm
  • "Autism: Present Challenges, Future Needs -- Why the Increased Rates?" Government Reform Committee Hearing, Washington, DC. (April 6, 2000.)
  • "Autism: Why the Increased Rates? A One-Year Update." Government Reform Committee Hearing, Washington, DC. (April 25-26, 2001.)
  • "The Autism Epidemic: Is the NIH and CDC Response Adequate?" Government Reform Committee Hearing, Washington, DC. (April 18, 2002.)
  • "The Status of Research into Vaccine Safety and Autism." Government Reform Committee Hearing, Washington, DC. (June 19, 2002.)
  • Kawashima, K., et al. "Detection and sequencing of measles virus from peripheral mononuclear cells from patients with inflammatory bowel disease and autism." Digestive Diseases and Sciences (April 2000); 45:723-729.
  • Reuters Medical News. "Measles persistence confirmed in some patients with IBD, autistic enterocolitis." (June 20, 2000). www.id.medscape.com/reuters/prof/2000/06/06.20/20000620scie001.html
  • Wakefield, A.J. et al. "Enterocolitis in children with developmental disorders." American Journal of Gastroenterology 2000; 95(9):2154-2156.
  • Wakefield, A., et al. "Measles, mumps and rubella vaccine: through a glass, darkly." Adverse Drug Reaction and Toxicologica Reviews 2000; 19(4):265-283.
  • Kiln MR, "Autism, inflammatory bowel disease, and MMR vaccine." Lancet 1998 May 2;351(9112):1358.
  •  Selway, "MMR vaccination and autism 1998. Medical practitioners need to give more than reassurance." BMJ 1998 Jun 13;316(7147):1824.
  •  Nicoll A, Elliman D, Ross E, "MMR vaccination and autism 1998," MJ 1998 Mar 7;316(7133):715-716.
  •  Lindley K J, Milla PJ, "Autism, inflammatory bowel disease, and MMR vaccine."Lancet 1998 Mar 21;351(9106):907-908.
  • Bedford H, et al, "Autism, inflammatory bowel disease, and MMR vaccine." Lancet 1998 Mar 21;351(9106):907.
  • Vijendra K. Singh, Sheren X. Lin, and Victor C. Yang, "Serological Association of Measles Virus and Human Herpesvirus-6 with Brain Autoantibodies in Autism," Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology, Oct 1998, Vol. 89, No. 1, p 105-108.
Measles
In resent years almost all measles outbreaks are a result of the vaccine and NOT in fact 'wild' measles at all.  And like ALL vaccine preventable 'diseases' it was all but gone BEFORE the introduction of a vaccine.
Documents hazards associated with the Measles vaccine

Vitamin A Improves Measles Complication Rates:
  • Clinical Infectious Diseases (September 1994), p. 493.
  • Oomen, APC. "Clinical experience of hypovitamine A." Fed Proc 1958; 17:111-124.
  • Wilson, D., et al. "Infection and nutritional status. III. The effect of measles on nitrogen metabolism in children." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1961; 9:154-58.
  • Sommer, A., et al. "Increased risk of respiratory disease and diarrhea in children with pre-existing mild vitamin A deficiency." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1984; 40:1090-95.
  • Sommer, A., et al. "Impact of vitamin A supplementation on childhood mortality: a randomized clinical trial." Lancet 1986; 1:1169-73.
  • Barclay, A.J.G., et al. "Vitamin A supplements and mortality related to measles: a randomised clinical trial." British Medical Journal (January 31, 1987), pp. 294-96.
  • Keusch, G.T. "Vitamin A supplements -- too good to be true." New England Journal of Medicine (October 4, 1990), p. 986.
  • Frieden, T.R., et al. "Vitamin A levels and severity of measles: New York City." Am J Dis Child 1992; 146:182-86.
  • Pediatric Nursing (September/October 1996).
Fever Reducers (aspirin) Prolong Measles Complication Rates:
  • Witsenburg, B.C. "Measles mortality and therapy," pp. 26-27. From an abstract of a 1967-1968 measles epidemic study conducted in Ghana.
  • Ahmady, A.S., et al. "The adverse effects of antipyretics in measles." Indian Pediatrics (January 1981), pp. 49-52.
The Measles (and MMR) Vaccine and Neurological Disorders
(Including Central Nervous System Damage, subacute sclerosing panencephalitis [brain disease], and Guillain-Barre' syndrome [paralysis]):

  • Schneck, S.A. "Vaccination with measles and central nervous system disease." Neurology 1968; 18 (Part 2):79-82.
  • Jabbour, J.T., et al. "Epidemiology of subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE)." Journal of the American Medical Association 1972; 220:959-62.
  • Belgamwar, R.B., et al. "Measles, mumps, rubella vaccine induced subacute sclerosing panencephalitis." Journal of the Indian Medical Association 1997; 95(11):594.
  • Landrigan, P.J., et al. "Neurological disorders following live measles-virus vaccination." Journal of the American Medical Association 1973; 223 (13):1459-62.
  • Miller, C.L. Lancet (September 17, 1983).
  • Beale, A.J. "Measles vaccines." Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 1974; 67:1116-1119.
  • Roden, A.T. "Fits following immunization." Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 1974; 67:24.
  • Jagdis, F., et al. "Encephalitis after administration of live measles vaccine." Journal of the Canadian Medical Association (April 19, 1975); 112(8):972-75.
  • Hirayama, M. "Measles vaccines used in Japan." Reviews of Infectious Diseases 1983; 5:495-503.
  • Pollock, T.M., et al. "A 7-year survey of disorders attributed to vaccination in Northwest Thames Region." Lancet 1983; 1:753-57.
  • Jorch, G. et al. "Coincidence of virus encephalitis and measles-mumps vaccination." Monatsschr Kinderheilkd 1984; 132(5):299-300.
  • Martinon-Torres, F., et al. "Self-limited acute encephalopathy related to measles component of viral triple vaccine." Rev Neurol (May 1-15, 1999); 28(9):881-82.
  • Grose, C., et al. "Guillain-Barre syndrome following administration of live measles vaccine." American Journal of Medicine 1976; 60:441-43.
  • Norrby, R. "Polyradiculitis in connection with vaccination against morbilli, parotitis and rubella." Lakartidningen 1984; 81:1636-37.
  • Morris, K., et al. "Guillain-Barre syndrome after measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine." Lancet 1994; 343:60.
The Measles (and MMR) Vaccine and Serious Blood Disorders:
  • Oski, F.A. and Naiman, J.L. "Effect of live measles vaccine on the platelet count." New England Journal of Medicine 1966; 265:352-56.
  • Bottiger, M., et al. "Swedish experience of two dose vaccination programme aiming at eliminating measles, mumps, and rubella." British Medical Journal 1987; 295:1264-67.
  • Koch, J. et al. "Adverse events temporally associated with immunizing agents1987 report." Canada Diseases Weekly Report 1989; 15:151-58.
  • Fescharek, R., et al. "Measles-mumps vaccination in the FRG: an empirical analysis after 14 years of use. II. Tolerability and analysis of spontaneously reported side effects." Vaccine 1990; 8:446-56.
  • Nieminen, U., et al. "Acute thrombocytopenic purpura following measles, mumps and rubella vaccination: A report on 23 patients." Acta Paediatrica 1993; 82:267-70.
  • 146. Farrington, P., et al. "A new method for active surveillance of adverse events from diphtheria/tetanus/pertussis and measles/mumps/rubella vaccines." Lancet 1995; 345: 567-69.
  • Jonville-Bera, A.P., et al. "Thrombocytopenic purpura after measles, mumps, and rubella vaccination: a retrospective survey by the French Regional Pharmacovigilance Centres and Pasteur-Merieux Serums et Vaccins." Pediatr Infect Dis J 1996; 15:44-48.
  • Beeler, J. et al. "Thrombocytopenia after immunization with measles vaccines: review of the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting Systerm (1990-1994)." Pediatr Infect Dis J 1996; 15:88-90.
The Measles (and MMR) Vaccine and Sensory Impairments
(Including Eye Disorders and Hearing Loss):
  • Kazarian, E.L., et al. "Optic neuritis complicating measles, mumps, and rubella vaccination." American Journal of Ophthalmology 1978; 86:544-47.
  • Marshall, G.S., et al. "Diffuse retinopathy following measles, mumps, and rubella vaccination." Pediatrics 1985; 76:989-991.
  • Brodsky, L., et al. "Sensorineural hearing loss following live measles virus vaccination." International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 1985; 10:159-63.
  • Nabe-Nielsen, J., et al. "Unilateral deafness as a complication of the mumps, measles, and rubella vaccination." British Medical Journal 1988; 297:489.
  • Hulbert, T.V., et al. "Bilateral hearing loss after measles and rubella vaccination in an adult." New England Journal of Medicine 1991; 325:134.
  • Stewart, B.J.A., et al. "Reports of sensorineural deafness after measles, mumps, and rubella immunisation." Archives of Diseases of Childhood 1993; 69:153-54.
The Measles (and MMR) Vaccine and Immune System Damage
(Other Than Autism):
  • Hirsch, R.L., et al. "Measles virus vaccination of measles seropositive individuals suppresses lymphocyte proliferation and chemotactic factor production." Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology 1981; 21:341-50.
  • Nicholson, J.K.A., et al. "The effect of measles-rubella vaccination on lymphocyte populations and subpopulations in HIV-infected and healthy individuals." Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 1992; 5:528-537.
The Measles (and MMR) Vaccine and Bowel Disease:
  • Thompson, N.P., Wakefield, A.J, et al. "Is measles vaccination a risk factor for inflammatory bowel disease?" Lancet 1995; 345:1071-1074.
  • Barton, J.R., et al. "Incidence of inflammatory bowel disease in Scottish children between 1968 and 1983: marginal fall in ulcerative colitis; three-fold rise in Crohn's disease." Gut 1989; 30:618-622.
  • Whelan, G. "Epidemiology of inflammatory bowel disease." Med Clin N Am 1990; 74:1-12.
  • Ekbom, A., et al. "The role of perinatal measles infection in the aetiology of Crohn's disease: a population-based epidemiological study." Lancet 1994; 334:508-510.
  • Miyamoto, H., et al. "Detection of immunoreactive antigen with monoclonal antibody to measles virus in tissue from patients with Crohn's disease." Journal of Gastroenterology 1995; 30:28-33.
  • Wakefield, A.J., et al. "Evidence of persistent measles virus infection in Crohn's disease." Journal of Medical Virology 1993; 39:345-53.
  • Wakefield, A.J., et al. "Crohn's disease: pathogenesis and persistent measles virus infection." Gastroenterology 1995; 108:911-916.
  • Lewin, J., et al. "Confirmation of persistent measles virus infection of intestinal tissue by immunogold electron microscopy." Gut 1995; 36:564-69.
The Measles (and MMR) Vaccine and Severe Allergic Reactions:
  • Aukrust, L., et al. "Severe hypersensitivity or intolerance reactions to measles vaccine in six children: clinical and immunological studies." Allergy 1980; 35(7):581-87.
  • McEwen, J. "Early-onset reaction after measles vaccination: further Australian reports." Medical Journal of Australia 1983; 2:503-505.
  • Koch, J., et al. "Adverse events temporally associated with immunizing agents1987 report." Canada Diseases Weekly Report 1989; 15:151-58.
  • Kelso, J.M., et al. "Anaphylaxis to measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine mediated by IgE to gelatin." J Allergy Clin Immunol 1993; 91:867-72.
  • Sakaguchi, M., et al. "IgE antibody to gelatin in children with immediate-type reactions to measles and mumps vaccines." J Allergy Clin Immunol 1995; 96:563-65.
The Measles Vaccine and "Atypical" Measles:
  • Cherry, J.D. "The 'new' epidemiology of measles and rubella." Hospital Practice (July 1980), pp. 53-54.
  • Fulginiti, V.A., et al. "Altered reactivity to measles virus; atypical measles in children previously immunized with inactivated measles virus vaccines." Journal of the American Medical Association 1967; 202:1075.
  • Martin, D.B., et al. "Atypical measles in adolescents and young adults." Annals of Internal Medicine 1979; 90:877.
  • Gold, E. "Current progress in measles eradication in the United States." Infect Med 1997; 14(4):297-300, 310.
  • Nichols, E.M. "Atypical measles: a continuing problem." American Journal of Public Health 1979; 69(2):160-62.
  • Scott, T.F., et al. "Reactions to live-measles-virus vaccine in children previously inoculated with killed-virus vaccine." New England Journal of Medicine 1967; 277(5):248-251.
  • Cherry, J.D., et al. "Atypical measles in children previously immunized with attenuated measles virus vaccines." Pediatrics 1972; 50(5).
  • St. Geme, J.W., et al. "Exaggerated natural measles following attenuated virus immunization." Pediatrics 1976; 57:148-150.
  • "Atypical measles syndrome." Lancet 1979, pp. 962-963.
The Measles Death Rate Tumbled Prior to the Measles Vaccine:
  • Alderson, Michael. International Mortality Statistics (Washington, DC: Facts on File, 1981), pp. 182-183.
The Measles Vaccine is Ineffective
(Outbreaks Often Occur Among Highly, or Fully, Vaccinated Populations):

  • FDA. "FDA workshop to review warnings, use instructions, and precautionary information [on vaccines]." (Rockland, Maryland: FDA, September 18, 1992), p. 27.
  • Faich, G.A., et al. "Measles outbreak in Rhode Island." Public Health Report 1981 May-June; 96(3):264-266.
  • CDC. MMWR (February 1, 1985).
  • CDC. MMWR (June 1984).
  • CDC. MMWR (June 6, 1987).
  • Gustafson, T. "Measles outbreak in a fully immunized secondary school population." New England Journal of Medicine 1987; 316:771-74.
  • Markowitz, L.E., et al. "Patterns of transmission in measles outbreaks in the United States, 1985-1986." New England Journal of Medicine 1989; 320:75-81.
  • Robertson, S.E., et al. "A million dollar measles outbreak: epidemiology, risk factors, and a selective revaccination strategy." Public Health Reports (January-February 1992), p. 24.
  • Edmonson, M.B., et al. "Mild measles and secondary vaccine failure during a sustained outbreak in a highly vaccinated population." Journal of the American Medical Association 1990; 263:2467-71.
  • Minnesota Department of Health. "Measles summary, 1987."
  • CDC. "Measles." MMWR 1989; 38:329-330.
  • CDC. "Measles -- Quebec." MMWR 1989; 38:329-30.
  • CDC. "Measles -- United States, 1990." MMWR 1991; 40(2):369.
  • CDC. "U.S. Childhood Immunization Update: Measles." (March 1997).
  • CDC. "Measles -- United States, 1999." MMWR 2000; 49(25): 557-560.
Natural Immunity is Superior:
  • CDC. "Babies of vaccinated moms more susceptible to measles." Pediatrics (November 1999).
  • "Natural immunity to measles yields greater neutralizing capacity than vaccination." Journal of Medical Virology 2000; 62:91-98.
The Measles Vaccine Alters the Epidemiology of the Disease (It Causes Higher Rates of Measles in High-Risk Groups):
  • Cherry, J.D. "The 'new' epidemiology of measles and rubella." Hospital Practice (July 1980), p. 51.
  • Macgregor, J.D., et al. "Epidemic measles in Shetland during 1977 and 1978." British Medical Journal 1981; 282(6262):434-436.
  • Gold, E. "Current progress in measles eradication in the United States." Infect Med 1997; 14(4):297-300, 310.  
  • CDC. "Measles -- United States, 1999." MMWR 2000; 49(25): 557-560.
Mumps
Mumps Outbreak 2006
Documents hazards associated with the mumps vaccine
The Mumps Vaccine and Neurological Disorders:
  • Bottiger, M., et al. "Swedish experience of two dose vaccination programme aiming at eliminating measles, mumps and rubella." British Medical Journal 1987; 295:264-67.
  • Thomas, E. "A case of mumps meningitis: A complication of vaccination?" Journal of the Canadian Medical Association 1988; 138:135.
  • Champagne, S., et al. "A case of mumps meningitis: a post-immunization complication?" Canadian Disease Weekly Report 1988; 13-35:155-156.
  • Ehrengut, W. "Mumps vaccine and meningitis." Lancet 1989; 2:751.
  • Von Muhlendahl, K.E. "Mumps meningitis following measles, mumps and rubella immunisations." Lancet (August 12, 1989), p. 394.
  • Cizman, M., et al. "Aseptic meningitis after vaccination against measles and mumps." Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 1989; 8:302-308.
  • McDonald, J., et al. "Clinical and epidemiological features of mumps meningo-encephalitis and possible vaccine-related disease." Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal (November 1989), pp. 751-754.
  • Gray, J.A., et al. "Mumps meningitis following measles, mumps, and rubella immunisation." Lancet 1989; i:98.
  • Gray, J.A., et al. "Mumps vaccine meningitis." Lancet 1989; i:927.
  • Murray, M.W., et al. "Mumps meningitis after measles, mumps, and rubella immunisation." Lancet 1989; ii:877. \
  • "Mumps meningitis and MMR vaccination." [Editorial] Lancet 1989; ii:1015-1016.
  • Forsey, T., et al. "Mumps viruses and mumps, measles, and rubella vaccine." British Medical Journal 1989; 299:1340.
  • Forsey, T., et al. "Mumps vaccines and meningitis." Lancet 1992; 340:980.
  • Miller, E., et al. "Risk of aseptic meningitis after measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine in U.K. children." Lancet 1993; 341:979.
  • Sawada, et al. Lancet 1993; 342:371.

The Mumps Vaccine and Meningitis Attack Rates:
  • Sugiura, A., et al. "Aseptic meningitis as a complication of mumps vaccination." Journal of Pediatric Infectious Diseases 1991; 10:209-213. [1 case of meningitis per 2000 doses of mumps vaccine.]
  • Fujinaga, T., et al. "A prefecture-wide survey of mumps meningitis associated with measles, mumps and rubella vaccine." Journal of Pediatric Infectious Diseases 1991; 10:204-209. [6 cases of meningitis per 2000 doses of mumps vaccine.]
  • Colville, A., et al. "Mumps meningitis and measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine." Lancet 1992; 340:786. [1 case of meningitis per 3800 doses of mumps vaccine.]

The Mumps Vaccine and Diabetes:
  • Sultz, H.A., et al. "Is mumps virus an etiologic factor in juvenile diabetes mellitus?" Journal of Pediatrics 1975; 86:654-656.
  • Sinaniotis, C.A., et al. "Diabetes mellitus after mumps vaccination (letter)." Archives of Disease in Childhood 1975; 50:749-750.
  • Quast, U., et al. "Vaccine-induced mumps-like diseases." Developments in Biological Standardization 1979; 43:269-272.
  • Otten, A., et al. "Mumps, mumps vaccination, islet cell antibodies and the first manifestation of diabetes mellitus type I." Behring Institute Mitteilungen 1984; 75:83-88.
  • Helmke, K., et al. "Islet cell antibodies and the development of diabetes mellitus in relation to mumps infection and mumps vaccination." Diabetologia 1986; 29:30-33.
  • Fescharek, R., et al. "Measles-mumps vaccination in the FRG: an empirical analysis after 14 years of use. II. Tolerability and analysis of spontaneously reported side effects." Vaccine 1990; 8:446-456.
  • Pawlowski, B., et al. "Mumps vaccination and type-1 diabetes." Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 1991; 116:635.
  • Adler, J.B., et al. "Pancreatitis caused by measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine." Pancreas 1991; 6:489-490.
  • Albonico, H., Klein, P., et al. "The immunization campaign against measles, mumps and rubella -- coercion leading to a realm of uncertainty: medical objections to a continued MMR immunization campaign in Switzerland." JAM 1992; 9(1). [180 European medical doctors jointly noted that the mumps vaccine "can trigger diabetes, which only becomes apparent months after vaccination."]

Atypical Mumps:
  • Gunby, P. "'Atypical' mumps may occur after immunization." Journal of the American Medical Association 1980; 243(23): 2374-75.
  • Family Practice News (July 15, 1980), p. 1.

The Mumps Vaccine is Often Ineffective and Alters the Epidemiology of the Disease (It Causes Higher Rates of Mumps in High-Risk Groups):
  • Fiumara, N.J., et al. "Mumps outbreak in Westwood, Massachusetts -- 1981." MMWR 1982; 33(29):421-430.
  • Kaplan, K.M., et al. "Further evidence of the changing epidemiology of a childhood vaccine-preventable disease." Journal of the American Medical Association 1988; 260(10):1434-1438.
  • Briss, P. A., et al. "Sustained transmission of mumps in a highly vaccinated population: assessment of vaccine failure and waning vaccine-induced immunity." Journal of Infectious Diseases 1994; 169:77-82.
  • Sawada, et al. Lancet 1993; 342:371.
  • CDC. "Mumps -- United States, 1985-1988." MMWR 1989; 38:101-05.

Girls who contract mumps naturally during childhood are less likely to develop ovarian cancer in later life:
  • West, R. "Epidemiologic study of malignancies of the ovaries." Cancer 1966; 19:1001-1007.
  • Wynder, E., et al. "Epidemiology of cancer of the ovary." Cancer 1969; 23:352.
  • Newhouse, M., et al. "A case control study of carcinoma of the ovary." Brit J Prev Soc Med 1977; 31:148-53.
  • McGowan, L., et al. "The woman at risk from developing ovarian cancer." Gynecol Oncol 1979; 7:325-344.
Rubella
Documents hazards associated with the rubella vaccine.
Rubella Vaccines Produced in Dog Kidneys and Duck Embryos:
  • Spruance, S.L., et al. "Recurrent joint symptoms in children vaccinated with HPV-77DK12 rubella vaccine." Journal of Pediatrics 1972;80(3):413-17.
  • Hilleman, M.R., et al. "Live attenuated rubella virus vaccines: experiences with duck embryo cell preparations." American Journal of Diseases of Children 1969; 118:166-171.
  • Cherry, J.D. "The 'new' epidemiology of measles and rubella." Hospital Practice (July 1980), pp. 53-54.
Rubella Vaccines Produced in Lung Tissues of Dissected Human Fetuses:
  • Plotkin, S.A. "Development of RA 27/3 attenuated rubella virus grown in WI-38 cells." Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology. Cited in International Symposium on Rubella Vaccines, London 1968; Symposium Series on Immunobiol. Standards (Karger, Basel/New York, 1969); 11:249-260.
  • Hayflick, L., et al. "The serial cultivation of human diploid cell strains." Exp. Cell Res. 1961; 25:585-621.
  • Plotkin, S.A., et al. "Studies of immunization with living rubella virus. Trials in children with a strain cultured from an aborted foetus." Amer. J. Dis. Child. 1965; 110:381-389.
  • Hoskins, J.M., et al. "Behaviour of rubella virus in human diploid cell strains. I. Growth of virus. II. Studies of infected cells." Arch. ges. Virusforsch 1967; 21:283-296.
  • Hayflick, L. "The limited in vitro lifetime of human diploid cell strains." Exp. Cell Res. 1965; 37:614-636.
  • Physician's Desk Reference (PDR); 55th edition. (Montvale, NJ: Medical Economics, 2001), p. 1966.

The Rubella Vaccine and Arthritis:
  • Cooper, L.Z., et al. "Transient arthritis after rubella vaccination." Am J Dis Child 1969; 118:218-225.
  • Spruance, S.L., et al. "Joint complications associated with derivatives of HPV-77 rubella virus vaccine." American Journal of Diseases in Children 1971; 122:105-111.
  • Swartz, T.A., et al. "Clinical manifestations, according to age, among females given HPV-77 duck rubella vaccine." American Journal of Epidemiology 1971; 94:246-51.
  • Weibel, R.E., et al. "Influence of age on clinical response to HPV-77 duck rubella vaccine." J. of American Medical Association 1972; 222:805-807.
  • Thompson, G.R., et al. "Intermittent arthritis following rubella vaccination: a three year follow-up." American Journal of Diseases of Children 1973; 125:526-530.
  • Chantler, J.K., et al. "Persistent rubella infection and rubella-associated arthritis." Lancet (June 12, 1982):1323-1325.
  • Tingle, A.J., et al. "Prolonged arthritis, viraemia, hypogamma-globulinaemia, and failed seroconversion following rubella immunisation." Lancet 1984; 1:1475-1476.
  • Tingle, A.J., et al. "Postpartum rubella immunization: association with development of prolonged arthritis, neurological sequelae, and chronic rubella viremia." Journal of Infectious Diseases 1985; 152:606-612.
  • Tingle, A.J., et al. "Rubella-associated arthritis. Comparative study of joint manifestations associated with natural rubella infection and RA 27/3 rubella immunisation." Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 1986; 45:110-114.
  • Institute of Medicine. Adverse Effects of Pertussis and Rubella Vaccines. (Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1991).
  • Benjamin, C.M., et al. "Joint and limb symptoms in children after immunisation with measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine." British Medical Journal 1992; 304:1075-78.

The Rubella Vaccine and Neurological Disorders:
  • Kilroy, A.W., et al. "Two syndromes following rubella immunization." Journal of the American Medical Association 1970; 214:2287-2292.
  • Gilmarten, R.C., et al. "Rubella vaccine myeloradiculoneuritis." Journal of Pediatrics 1972; 80:406-412.
  • Schaffner, W., et al. "Polyneuropathy following rubella immunization: a follow-up study and review of the problem." American Journal of Diseases of Children 1974; 127:684-688.
  • Institute of Medicine. Adverse Effects of Pertussis and Rubella Vaccines. (Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1991).
  • Muhlebach-Sponer, M., et al. "Intrathecal rubella antibodies in an adolescent with Guillain-Barre syndrome after mumps-measles-rubella vaccination." European Journal of Pediatrics 1994; 154:166.

The Rubella Vaccine and Diabetes:
  • Menser, M., et al. "Rubella infection and diabetes mellitus." Lancet (January 14, 1978), pp. 57-60.
  • Rayfield, E.J., et al. "Rubella virus-induced diabetes in the hamster." Diabetes (December 1986); 35:1278-1281.
  • Ehrengut, W. "Central nervous system sequelae of immunization against measles, mumps, rubella and poliomyelitis." Acta Paediatrica Japonica 1990; 32:8-11.
  • Aubrey, J., et al. "Postpartum rubella immunization: association with development of prolonged arthritis, neurological sequelae, and chronic rubella viremia." Journal of Infectious Diseases (September 1985); 152(3):606-612.
  • Coulter, Harris. "Childhood vaccinations and Juvenile-Onset (Type-1) diabetes." Congressional Testimony. Committee on Appropriations, subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies. (April 16, 1997).
  • Coyle, P.K., et al. "Rubella-specific immune complexes after congenital infection and vaccination." Infection and Immunity (May 1982); 36(2):498-503.
  • Numazaki, K., et al. "Infection of cultured human fetal pancreatic islet cells by rubella virus." American Journal of Clinical Pathology 1989; 91:446-451.

The Rubella Vaccine and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome:
  • Tobi, M., et al. "Prolonged atypical illness associated with serological evidence of persistent Epstein-Barr virus infection." Lancet 1982; 1:61-64.
  • Bicker, U. "Some new aspects of autoimmunity." Journal of Immuno-pharmacology 1986; 8:543-559.
  • Allen, A.D. "Is RA27/3 rubella immunization a cause of Chronic Fatigue?" Medical Hypotheses 1988; 27:217-220.
  • Lieberman, A.D. "The role of the rubella virus in the chronic fatigue syndrome." Clinical Ecology 1991; 7(3):51-54.

The Rubella Vaccine and Poor Efficacy Rates:
  • Klock, L.E., et al. "Failure of rubella herd immunity during an epidemic." New England Journal of Medicine 1973; 288(2):69-72.
  • Allan, B. "Rubella immunisation." Australian Journal of Medical Technology 1973; 4:26-27.
  • Lawless, M., et al. "Rubella susceptibility in sixth-graders." Pediatrics (June 1980); 65:1086-1089.
  • Bart, K.J., et al. "Universal immunization to interrupt rubella." Review of Infectious Diseases 1985; 7(1):S177-184.
  • Crowder, M., et al. "Rubella susceptibility in young women of rural East Texas: 1980 and 1985." Texas Medicine 1987; 83:43-47.
  • Fulginiti, V. "Controversies in current immunization policy and practices." Current Problems in Pediatrics 1976; 6:14.
  • Herrmann, K.L., et al. "Rubella antibody persistence after immunization." Journal of the America Medical Association 1982; 247(2):193-196.
  • Tingle, A.J., et al. "Failed rubella immunization in adults: association with immunologic and virological abnormalities." Journal of Infectious Diseases 1985; 151(2):330-336.

The Rubella Vaccine Altered the Epidemiology of the Disease
(It Shifted Cases to High-Risk Groups):
  • Cherry, J.D. "The 'new' epidemiology of measles and rubella." Hospital Practice (July 1980), p. 55.
  • CDC. "Rubella and congenital rubella syndrome -- United States, 1985-1988." MMWR 1989; 38:173-178.
  • CDC. "Current trends increase in rubella and congenital rubella syndrome -- United States, 1988-1990." MMWR Weekly (February 15, 1991); 40(6):93-99.

Doctors Refuse the Rubella Vaccine:
  • Mendelsohn, R. "Rubella shots for hospital employees." The Doctor�s People: A Medical Newsletter for Consumers (Evanston, IL, August 1991):1-2.
  • Polk, B.F., et al. "An outbreak of rubella among hospital personnel." New England Journal of Medicine 1980;303:541-545.
  • Orenstein, W.A., et al. "Rubella vaccine and susceptible hospital employees: poor physician participation." Journal of the American Medical Association (February 20, 1981); 245(7):711-713.
  • Sacks, J.J., et al. "Employee rubella screening program." Journal of the American Medical Association 1983; 249:2675-2678.
Neurological Disorders
Documents scientific links between vaccines and neurological disorders, including: alterations to the nervous system, autism, demyelination, seizures, convulsions, epilepsy, brain swelling, and other neurological complications.
Vaccines and Nervous System Changes:
  • Bondarev, VN et al, "The Changes of the Nervous System in Children After Vaccination", Pediatria, Jun 1969; 48:20-24.
  •  Ehrengut W, "Central nervous sequelae of vaccinations," Lancet 1986 May 31;1(8492):1275-1276.
  • Provvidenza, G et al, [On a Case of Benign Acute Cerebellar Ataxia in Childhood], Arch Ital Sci Med Trop, 43:189-194, Apr 1962.
  • Katsilambros, L, "[The Phenomenom of Apathy in Man and Animals After the Injection of Viruses in Very High Doses. Clinical Data]", Rev Med Moyen Orient, 20:539-546, Nov - Dec 1963.
 Vaccines and Autism:
  • Eggers, C, "Autistic Syndrome (Kanner) And Vaccinations against Smallpox", Klin Paediatr, Mar 1976, 188(2):172-180.
  • Kiln MR, "Autism, inflammatory bowel disease, and MMR vaccine." Lancet 1998 May 2;351(9112):1358.
  •  Selway, "MMR vaccination and autism 1998. Medical practitioners need to give more than reassurance." BMJ 1998 Jun 13;316(7147):1824.
  •  Nicoll A, Elliman D, Ross E, "MMR vaccination and autism 1998," MJ 1998 Mar 7;316(7133):715-716.
  •  Lindley K J, Milla PJ, "Autism, inflammatory bowel disease, and MMR vaccine."Lancet 1998 Mar 21;351(9106):907-908.
  • Bedford H, et al, "Autism, inflammatory bowel disease, and MMR vaccine." Lancet 1998 Mar 21;351(9106):907.
  • Vijendra K. Singh, Sheren X. Lin, and Victor C. Yang, "Serological Association of Measles Virus and Human Herpesvirus-6 with Brain Autoantibodies in Autism," Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology, Oct 1998, Vol. 89, No. 1, p 105-108. ["None of the autistic children in the study had measles in the past, but all had the MMR" stated David Whalgren.
Vaccines and Demyelination:
  • Herroelen, L et al, "Central-Nervous-System Demyelination After Immunization with Recombinant Hepatitis B Vaccine", Lancet, Nov 9, 1991, 338(8776):1174-1175.
  • Kaplanski G, Retornaz F, Durand J, Soubeyrand J, "Central nervous system demyelination after vaccination against hepatitis B and HLA haplotype." J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1995 Jun; 58(6):758-759.
  • Matyszak MK, Perry VH, "Demyelination in the central nervous system following a delayed-type hypersensitivity response to bacillus Calmette-Guerin." Neuroscience 1995 Feb;64(4):967-977.
  •  Tornatore CS, Richert JR, "CNS demyelination associated with diploid cell rabies vaccine." Lancet 1990 Jun 2;335(8701):1346-1347.
  • Adams, JM et al, "Neuromyelitis Optica: Severe Demyelination Occurring Years After Primary Smallpox Vaccinations", Rev Roum Neurol, 1973, 10:227-231.
  • In 1988, Dietrich used MRI to show that developmentally delayed children had alterations in their myelin. Coulter described that central nervous system damage can be exhibited as abnormal behavior of the child. In 1935, Thomas Rivers, experimental allergic encephalitis (EAE) can be the result of a viral or bacterial infection of the nervous system. "The fact of the matter is that it is a matter of record that it was known that vaccination produced encephalitis since 1926." The authors stated, "In regions in which there is no organized vaccination of the population, general paralysis is rare. ... It is impossible to deny a connection between vaccinations and the encephalitis (brain damage) which follows it." Vaccines have been linked to seizures, convulsions and epilepsy.
Vaccines and Seizures:
  • Hirtz DG, Nelson KB, Ellenberg J H, "Seizures following childhood immunizations", Pediatr 1983 Jan; 102(1):14-18.
  •  Cherry JD, Holtzman AE, Shields WD, Buch D, Nielsen, "Pertussis immunization and characteristics related to first seizures in infants and children,"J Pediatr 1993 Jun;122(6):900-903.
  •  Coplan J, "Seizures following immunizations," J Pediatr 1983 Sep;103(3):496.
  •  Barkin RM, Jabhour JT, Samuelson J S, "Immunizations, seizures, and subsequent evaluation," JAMA 1987 Jul 10;258(2):201.
  • Griffin MR, et al, "Risk of seizures after measles-mumps-rubella immunization," Pediatrics 1991 Nov;88(5):881-885.
  •  Griffin MR, et al, "Risk of seizures and encephalopathy after immunization with the diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine," JAMA 1990 Mar 23-30;263(12):1641-1645.
  •  Cizewska S, Huber Z, Sluzewski W, "[Prophylactic inoculations and seizure activity in the EEG]," Neurol Neurochir Pol 1981 Sep-Dec;15(5-6):553-557. [Article in Polish]
  •  Huttenlocher PR, Hapke RJ, "A follow-up study of intractable seizures in childhood." Ann Neurol 1990 Nov; 28(5):699-705.
  • Blumberg DA, "Severe reactions associated with diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine: detailed study of children with seizures, hypotonic-hypo-responsive episodes, high fevers, and persistent crying."Pediatrics 1993 Jun; 91(6):1158-1165.
Vaccines and Convulsions:
  • Prensky AL, et al, "History of convulsions and use of pertussis vaccine," J Pediatr 1985 Aug; 107(2):244-255.
  • Baraff LJ, "Infants and children with convulsions and hypotonic-hypo-responsive episodes following diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis immunization: follow-up evaluation," Pediatrics 1988 Jun; 81(6):789-794.
  • Jacobson V, "Relationship of pertussis immunization to the onset of epilepsy, febrile convulsions and central nervous system infections: a retrospective epidemiologic study," Tokai J Exp Clin Med 1988;13 Suppl: 137-142.
  • Cupic V,et al, "[Role of DTP vaccine in the convulsive syndromes in children]," Lijec Vjesn 1978 Jun; 100(6):345-348. [Article in Serbo-Croatian (Roman)]
  • Pokrovskaia NIa, "[Convulsive syndrome in DPT vaccination (a clinico-experimental study)]," Pediatriia 1983 May;(5):37-39. [Article in Russian]
Vaccines and Epilepsy:
  • Ballerini, Ricci, B, et al, "On Neurological Complications of Vaccination, With Special Reference to Epileptic Syndromes," Riv Neurol, Jul-Aug 1973, 43:254-258.
  •  Wolf SM, Forsythe A, "Epilepsy and mental retardation following febrile seizures in childhood," Acta Paediatr Scand 1989 Mar;78(2):291-295.
Vaccines and Brain Swelling:
  • Iwasa, S et al, "Swelling of the Brain in Mice Caused by Pertussis ... Quantitative Determination and the Responsibility of the Vaccine", Jpn J Med Sci Biol, 1985 , 38(2):53-65.
  •  Mathur R, Kumari S, "Bulging fontanel following triple vaccine." Indian Pediatr 1981 Jun;18(6):417-418.
  •  Barry W, Lenney W, Hatcher G, "Bulging fontanelles in infants without meningitis." Arch Dis Child 1989 Apr;64(4):635-636.
  •  Shendurnikar N, "Bulging fontanel following DPT" Indian Pediatr 1986 Nov;23(11):960.
  •  Gross TP, Milstien JB, Kuritsky JN, "Bulging fontanelle after immunization with diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine and diphtheria-tetanus vaccine." J Pediatr 1989 Mar;114(3):423-425.
  •  Jacob J, Mannino F, "Increased intracranial pressure after diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis immunization." Am J Dis Child 1979 Feb;133(2):217-218.
  • Dugmore, WN, "Bilateral Oedema at the Posterior Pole. Hypersensitivity Reaction to Alavac P injection." Br J Ophthalmol, Dec 1972, 55:848-849.
Vaccines and Neurological Damage
  • Nedar P R, and Warren, R J, "Reported Neurological Disorders Following Live Measles Vaccine", 1968, Ped, 41:997-1001.
  • Paradiso, G et al, "Multifocal Demyelinating Neuropathy after Tetanus Vaccine", Medicina (B Aires), 1990, 50(1):52-54.
  • Landrigan, PJ, Whitte, J, "Neurologic Disorders Following Live Measles-virus Vaccination", JAMA, Mar 26, 1973, v223(13):1459-1462.
  • Turnbull, H M, "Encephalomyelitis Following Vaccination", Brit Jour Exper Path, 7:181, 1926.
  • Kulenkampff, M et al, "Neurological Complications of Pertussis Inoculation", Arch Dis Child, 1974, 49:46.
  • Strom, J, "Further Experience of Reactions, Especially of a Cerebral Nature in Conjunction with Triple Vaccination", Brit Med Jour, 1967, 4:320-323.
  • Berg, J M, "Neurological Complications of Pertussis Immunization," Brit Med Jour, July 5,1958; p 24.
  • Bondarev, VN et al, "The Changes of the Nervous System in Children After Vaccination", Pediatria, Jun 1969; 48:20-24.
  • Badalian, LO, "Vaccinal Lesions of the Nervous System in Children," Vop Okhr Materin Dets, Dec 1959, 13:54-59
  • Lorentz, IT, et al, "Post-Vaccinal Sensory Polyneuropathy with Myoclonus", Proc Aust Ass Neurol, 1969, 6:81-86.
  • Trump, R C, White, T R, "Cerebellar Ataxia Presumed Due To Live Attenuated Measles Virus Vaccine," JAMA, 1967, 199:165-166.
  • Allerdist, H, "Neurological Complications Following Measles Vaccination", Inter Symp, Brussels, 1978, Development Biol Std, Vol 43, 259-264.
  • Finley, K H, "Pathogenesis of Encephalitis Occurring With Vaccination, Variola and Measles, Arch Neur and Psychologist, 1938; 39:1047-1054.
  • Froissart, M et al, "Acute Meningoencephalitis Immediately after an Influenza Vaccination", Lille Med, Oct 1978, 23(8):548-551.
  • Pokrovskaia, Nia, et al, "Neurological Complications in Children From Smallpox Vaccination", Pediatriia, Dec 1978, (12):45-49.
  • Allerdist, H, "Neurological Complications Following Measles Virus Vaccination. Evaluation of the Cases seen Between 1971-1977", Monatsschr Kinderheilkd, Jan 1979, 127(1): 23-28.
  • Ehrengut, W et al, "On Convulsive Reactions Following Oral vaccination Against Polio", Klin Paediatr, May 1979, 191(3):261-270.
  • Naumova, R P, et al, "Encephalitis Developing After Vaccination without a Local Skin Reaction", Vrach Delo, Jul 1979, (7):114-115.
  • Goswamy, BM, "Neurological Complications After Smallpox Vaccination", J Ass Phys India, Jan 1969, 17:41-43.
  • Schchelkunov, SN et al, "The Role of Viruses in the Induction of Allergic Encephalomyelitis," Dokl Akad Nauk SSSR, 1990,315(1):252-255. [Vaccines contain viruses, too]
  •  Walker AM, "Neurologic events following diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis immunization," Pediatrics 1988 Mar;81(3):345-349.
  • Shields WD, et al, "Relationship of pertussis immunization to the onset of neurologic disorders: a retrospective epidemiologic study," J Pediatr 1988 Nov; 113(5):801-805.
  • Wilson J, "Proceedings: Neurological complications of DPT inoculation in infancy," Arch Dis Child 1973 Oct; 48(10):829-830.
  • Iakunin IuA, "[Nervous system complications in children after preventive vaccinations]," Pediatriia 1968 Nov; 47(11):19-26. [Article in Russian]
  • Greco D, et al, "Case-control study on encephalopathy associated with diphtheria-tetanus immunization in Campania, Italy," Bull World Health Organ 1985;63(5):919-925.
  • Ehrengut W at Institute of Vaccinology and Virology, Hamburg, Germany states, "Bias in the evaluation of CNS complications following pertussis immunization are the following: 1) Notifications of post-immunization adverse events, 2) Publications by vaccine producers on the frequency of adverse reactions, 3) Comparison of permanent brain damage after DPT and DT immunization, 4) Pro-immunization, 5) Immunization associated viral encephalitis, 6) Accuracy of statistics, 7) Personal. A review of these points indicates an underestimation of CNS complications after pertussis immunization."
  • Reference: Ehrengut W, "Bias in evaluating CNS complications following pertussis immunization." Acta Paediatr Jpn, 1991 Aug; 33(4):421-427.

Polio
Some studies have shown that Polio hasn't gone away and that in fact it is just being misdiagnosed as Chronic Fatigue
Here is an interesting take on Polio
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There is some evidence that Polio was a result of the Pesticides being used at the time and that the decline of out breaks can be directly related to the discontinuation of the use of that pesticide
Pesticides and Polio
More on the connection of Polio and Pesticides
Documents hazards associated with polio and the polio vaccine, including injections that cause paralytic polio, dietary implications, the seriousness of the disease, the oral vaccine that causes polio, the declining polio death rate prior to the polio vaccine, and links between the polio vaccine and cancer, the polio vaccine and AIDS, and new virulent strains of polio that have arisen from the polio vaccine.

Numerous Studies Show That Vaccine Injections Cause Paralytic Polio:
  • Houchaus. "Ueber Poliomyelitis acuta." Munch Med Wochenschr 1909; 56:2353-55.
  • Lambert, S.M. "A yaws campaign and an epidemic of poliomyelitis in Western Samoa." J Trop Med Hyg 1936; 39:41-46.
  • McCloskey, B.P. "The relation of prophylactic inoculations to the onset of poliomyletis." Lancet (April 18, 1950), pp. 659-63.
  • Geffen, D.H. "The incidence of paralysis occurring in London children within four weeks after immunization." Med Officer 1950; 83:137-40.
  • Martin, J.K. "Local paralysis in children after injections." Arch Dis Child 1950; 25:1-14.
  • Hill, A.B., et al. "Inoculation and poliomyelitis. A statistical investigation in England and Wales in 1949." British Medical Journal 1950; ii:1-6.
  • Medical Research Council Committee on Inoculation Procedures and Neurological Lesions. "Poliomyelitis and prophylactic inoculation." Lancet 1956; ii:1223-31.
  • Sutter, Roland W., et al. "Attributable risk of DTP (Diphtheria and Tetanus Toxoids and Pertussis Vaccine) injection in provoking paralytic poliomyelitis during a large outbreak in Oman." Journal of Infectious Diseases 1992; 165:444-9.
  • Strebel, Peter M., et al. "Intramuscular injections within 30 days of immunization with oral poliovirus vaccine -- a risk factor for vaccine-associated paralytic poliomyelitis." New England J of Med (February 23, 1995), pp. 500+.
  • Editorial. "Provocation paralysis." Lancet 1992; 340:1005.
  • Wyatt, H.V. "Provocation poliomyelitis: neglected clinical observations from 1914-1950." Bulletin of Historical Medicine 1981; 55:543-57.
  • Townsend-Coles, W.F and Findlay, G.M. "Poliomyelitis in relation to intramuscular injections of quinine and other drugs." Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1953; 47:77-81.
  • Guyer, B., et al. "Injections and paralytic poliomyelitis in tropical Africa." Bull WHO 1980; 58:285-91.
  • Bodian, D. "Viremia in experimental poliomyelitis. II. Viremia and the mechanism of the 'provoking' effect of injections of trauma." Amer J Hyg 1954; 60:358-70.
  • Wyatt, H.V. "Incubation of poliomyelitis as calculated from time of entry into the central nervous system via the peripheral nerve pathways." Rev Infect Dis 1990; 12:547-56.
  • Wyatt H.V., et al. "Unnecessary injections and paralytic poliomyelitis in India." Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 1992; 86:546-49.

A Poor Diet Has Been Shown to Increase Susceptibility to Polio:
  • Chandra, R.K. "Reduced secretory antibody response to live attenuated measles and poliovirus vaccines in malnourished children." British Medical Journal 1975; ii:583-85.

Paralytic Polio -- Full Recovery is Possible:
  • Harry, N.M. "The recovery period in anterior poliomyelitis." British Medical Journal 1938; 1:164-67.
  • Sharrard, W. "Muscle recovery in poliomyelitis." J Bone Joint Surgery 1955; 37B:63-79.
  • Affeldt, J.E., et al. "Functional and vocational recovery in severe poliomyelitis." Clin Orthop 1958; 12:16-21.
  • Hollenberg, C., et al. "The late effects of spinal poliomyelitis." Can Med Assoc J 1959; 81:343-46.
  • Ramlow, J., et al. "Epidemiology of the post-polio syndrome." American Journal of Epidemiology 1992; 136:783.

The Oral Polio Vaccine Is a Major Cause of Polio:
  • Strebel, Peter M., et al. "Epidemiology of poliomyletis in U.S. one decade after the last reported case of indigenous wild virus associated disease," Clinical Infectious Diseases (CDC, February 1992), pp. 568-79.
  • Gorman, Christine. "When the vaccine causes the polio." Time (October 30, 1995), p. 83. [Article]
  • Shaw, Donna. "Unintended casualties in war on polio." Philadelphia Inquirer (June 6, 1993), p. A1. [Article]

The Polio Death Rate Was Declining Before the Vaccine Was Introduced:
  • Alderson, Michael. International Mortality Statistics (Washington, DC: Facts on File, 1981), pp. 177-78.

The Standards for Defining Polio Were Altered When the Polio Vaccine Was Introduced. (By making simple changes to the diagnostic criteria, the number of Polio cases was predetermined to decrease.)
  • Hearings Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, 87th Congress, 2nd Session on HR 10541. May 1962, pp. 94-112.
The Polio Vaccine Has Been Linked to Cancer:

  • Shah, K and Nathanson, N. "Human exposure to SV40." American Journal of Epidemiology, 1976; 103: 1-12.
  • Innis, M.D. "Oncogenesis and poliomyelitis vaccine." Nature, 1968; 219:972-73.
  • Soriano, F., et al. "Simian virus 40 in a human cancer." Nature, 1974; 249:421-24.
  • Weiss, A.F., et a;. "Simian virus 40-related antigens in three human meningiomas with defined chromosome loss." Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 1975; 72(2):609-13.
  • Scherneck, S., et al. "Isolation of a SV-40-like papovavirus from a human glioblastoma." International Journal of Cancer 1979; 24:523-31.
  • Stoian, M., et al. "Possible relation between viruses and oromaxillofacial tumors. II. Research on the presence of SV40 antigen and specific antibodies in patients with oromaxillofacial tumors." Virologie, 1987; 38:35-40.
  • Stoian, M., et al. "Possible relation between viruses and oromaxillofacial tumors. II. Detection of SV40 antigen and of anti-SV40 antibodies in patients with parotid gland tumors." Virologie, 1987; 38:41-46.
  • Bravo, M.P., et al. "Association between the occurrence of antibodies to simian vacuolating virus 40 and bladder cancer in male smokers." Neoplasma, 1988; 35:285-88.
  • O�Connell, K., et al. "Endothelial cells transformed by SV40 T-antigen cause Kaposi�s sarcoma-like tumors in nude mice." American Journal of Pathology, 1991; 139(4):743-49.
  • Weiner, L.P., et al. "Isolation of virus related to SV40 from patients with progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy." New England Journal of Medicine, 1972; 286:385-90.
  • Tabuchi, K. "Screening of human brain tumors for SV-40-related T-antigen." International Journal of Cancer 1978; 21:12-17.
  • Meinke, W., et al. "Simian virus 40-related DNA sequences in a human brain tumor." Neurology 1979; 29:1590-94.
  • Krieg, P., et al. "Episomal Simian Virus 40 Genomes in Human Brain Tumors." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 1981, 78(10):6446-6450.
  • Krieg, P., et al. "Cloning of SV40 genomes from human brain tumors." Virology 1984; 138:336-40.
  • Geissler, E. "SV40 in human intracranial tumors: passenger virus or oncogenic 'hit-and-run' agent?" Z Klin Med, 1986; 41:493-95.
  • Geissler, E. "SV40 and Human Brain Tumors." Progress in Medical Virology, 1990; 37:211-222.
  • Bergsagel, D.J., et al. "DNA sequences similar to those of simian virus 40 in ependymomas and choroid plexus tumors of childhood." New England Journal of Medicine, 1992; 326:988-93.
  • Martini, M., et al. "Human Brain Tumors and Simian Virus 40." Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 1995, 87(17):1331.
  • Lednicky, JA., et al. "Natural Simian Virus 40 Strains are Present in Human Choroid Plexus and Ependymoma Tumors." Virology, 1995, 212(2):710-17.
  • Tognon, M., et al. "Large T Antigen Coding Sequence of Two DNA Tumor Viruses, BK and SV-40, and Nonrandom Chromosome Changes in Two Gioblastoma Cell Lines." Cancer Genetics and Cytogenics, 1996, 90(1): 17-23.
  • Carbone, M., et al. "SV-40 Like Sequences in Human Bone Tumors." Oncogene, 1996, 13(3):527-35.
  • Pass, HI, Carbone, M., et al. "Evidence For and Implications of SV-40 Like Sequences in Human Mesotheliomas." Important Advances in Oncology, 1996, pp. 89-108.
  • Rock, Andrea. "The Lethal Dangers of the Billion Dollar Vaccine Business," Money, (December 1996), p. 161. [Article]
  • Carlsen, William. "Rogue virus in the vaccine: Early polio vaccine harbored virus now feared to cause cancer in humans." San Francisco Chronicle (July 15, 2001), p. 7. [Article: Research by Susan Fisher, epidemiologist, Loyola University Medical Center.]
  • Bookchin, D. and Schumacher J. "Tainted polio vaccine still carries its threat 40 years later." The Boston Globe (January 26, 1997). [Article]
  • Rosa, FW., et al. "Absence of antibody response to simian virus 40 after inoculation with killed-poliovirus vaccine of mothers offspring with neurological tumors." New England Journal of Medicine, 1988; 318:1469.
  • Rosa, FW., et al. Response to: "Neurological tumors in offspring after inoculation of mothers with killed poliovirus vaccine." New England Journal of Medicine, 1988, 319:1226.
  • Martini, F., et al. "SV-40 Early Region and Large T Antigen in Human Brain Tumors, Peripheral Blood Cells, and Sperm Fluids from Healthy Individuals." Cancer Research, 1996, 56(20):4820-4825.

The Polio Vaccine and AIDS:
  • Essex, M., et al. "The origin of the AIDS virus." Scientific American, 1988; 259:64-71.
  • Karpas, A. "Origin and Spread of AIDS." Nature, 1990; 348:578.
  • Kyle, Walter S. "Simian retroviruses, poliovaccine, and origin of AIDS." Lancet, 1992; 339:600-601.
  • Elswood, B.F. and Stricker, R.B. "Polio vaccines and the origin of AIDS." Medical Hypothesis, vol. 42, 1994, pp. 347-354.
  • Myers, G., et al. "The emergence of simian/human immunodeficiency viruses." AIDS Res Human Retro 1992: 8:373-86.
  • Workshop on Simian Virus-40 (SV-40): A Possible Human Polyomavirus. (National Vaccine Information Center, January 27-28, 1997.) www.909shot.com/polio197.htm (Includes a summary of evidence presented at the Eighth Annual Houston Conference on AIDS.)
  • Martin, Brian. "Polio vaccines and the origin of AIDS: The career of a threatening idea." Townsend Letter for Doctors (January 1994), pp. 97-100.
  • Curtis, Tom. "Did a polio vaccine experiment unleash AIDS in Africa?" The Washington Post (April 5, 1992), pp. C3+.
  • World Health Organization. "T-lymphotropic retroviruses of nonhuman primates." WHO informal meeting. Weekly Epidemiology Records, 1985; 30:269-70.
  • Huet, T., et al. "Genetic organization of a chimpanzee lentivirus related to HIV-1." Nature 1990; 345:356-359.
  • Desrosiers, R.C. "HIV-1 origins: A finger on the missing link." Nature 1990; 345:288-89.
  • Sabin, A.B. "Properties and behavior of orally administered attenuated poliovirus vaccine." Journal of the American Medical Association 1957; 164: 1216-23.
  • Plotkin, S.A., Koprowski, H., et al. "Clinical trials in infants of orally administered poliomyelitis viruses." Pediatrics 1959; 23:1041-62.
  • Barin, F., et al. "Serological evidence for virus related to simian T-lymphotropic retrovirus III in residents of West Africa." Lancet 1985; ii:1387-1389.
  • Hirsch, V.M., et al. "Simian immunodeficiency virus infection of macaques: End-stage disease is characterized by widespread distribution of proviral DNA in tissues." Journal of Infectious Disease 1991; 163:976-988.
  • Bohannon, R.C., et al. "Isolation of a Type D retrovirus from B-cell lymphomas of a patient with AIDS." Journal of Virology 1991; 65(11):5663-72.
  • Khabbaz, R.F., et al. "Simian immunodeficiency virus needlestick accident in a laboratory worker." Lancet 1992; 340:271-73.
  • Gao, F., et al. "Human infection by genetically diverse SIVsm-related HIV-2 in West Africa." Nature 1992; 358:495-99.
  • Giunta S., et al. "The primate trade and the origin of AIDS viruses." Nature 1987; 329:22.
  • Seale, J. "Crossing the species barrier�viruses and the origins of AIDS in perspective." J R Soc Med 1989; 82:519-23.
  • Lecatsas G. "Origin of AIDS." Nature 1991; 351:179.
  • Koprowski, H. "Historical aspects of the development of live virus vaccine in poliomyelitis." British Medical Journal 1960; ii:85-91.
  • Lebrun, A., et al. "Vaccination with the CHAT strain of Type 1 attenuated poliomyelitis virus in Leopoldville, Belgian Congo." Bulletin of the World Health Organization 1960; 22:203-213.
  •   Sabin, A.B. "Present position of immunization against poliomyelitis with live virus vaccines." British Medical Journal 1959; i:663-680.
  • Mahmias, A.J., et al. "Evidence for human infection with an HTLV III/LAV-like virus in Central Africa, 1959." Lancet 1986; i:1279-80.
  • Huminer, D., et al. "AIDS in the pre-AIDS era." Rev Infect Dis 1987; 9:1102-08.
  • Corbitt, G., et al. "HIV infection in Manchester, 1959." Lancet 1990; ii:51.
  • Cohen, J. "Debate on AIDS origin: Rolling Stone weighs in -- Controversial article angers vaccine experts by claiming AIDS could have been spread by polio vaccines in Africa." Science (March 1992), p. 1505. [Article]
  • Sonnet, J., et al. "Early AIDS cases originating from Zaire and Burtundi (1962-1976)." Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Disease 1987; 19:511-17.

The Polio Vaccine is Mutating, Causing Virulent Strains
  • Crainic, R., et al. "Polio virus with natural recombinant genomes isolated from vaccine associated paralytic poliomyelitis." Virology 1993; 196:199-208.
  • Yoshida, H., et al. Lancet (October 28, 2000).
  • Reuters Health. "Polio outbreak in Dominican Republic and Haiti Caused by vaccine-derived virus." Reuters Medical News (December 4, 2000). www.id.medscape.com/reuters/prof/2000/12/12.05/20001204epid001.html
Whopping Cough
The failure of the vaccine is being used as a marketing tool to sell MORE of the vaccine.

Miscellaneous Vaccine Studies 

Documents scientific links between vaccines and unexplained diseases, vaccines causing the "prevented" disease, vaccine failures, vaccines causing another vaccinal disease, vaccines and death, vaccines affecting metabolism, vaccines altering resistance to disease, kidney disorders, skin disorders, abscesses, shock, and other studies.
Vaccines and Unexplained Diseases:
  • Hiner, E E, Frasch, C E, "Spectrum of Disease Due to Haemophilus Influenza Type B Occurring in Vaccinated Children", J Infect Disorder, 1988 Aug; 158(2): 343-348.
  • Olin P, Romanus, V, Storsaeter, J, "Invasive Bacterial Infections During an Efficiacy Trial of Acellular Pertussis Vaccines --Implications For Future Surveilance In Pertussis Vaccine Programmes", Tokai J Exp Clin Med, 1988; 13 Suppl: 143-144.
  • Storsaeter, J, et al, "Mortality and Morbidity From Invasive Bacterial Infections During a Clinical Trial of Acellular Pertussis Vaccines in Sweden", Pediatr Infect Disorder J, 1988 Sept; 7(9):637-645.
  • Vadheim, CM, et al, "Effectiveness and Safety of an Haemophilus Influenzae type b Conjugate Vaccine (PRP-T) in Young Infants. Kaiser-UCLA Vaccine Study Group," Pediartics, 1993 Aug; 92(2):272-279. [The vaccines caused fevers, irritability, crying, and seizures, but were declared to be "safe and ... effective ... ".]
  • Stickl, H, "Estimation of Vaccination Damage", Med Welt, Oct 14, 1972, 23:1495-1497.
  • Waters, VV, et al, "Risk Factors for Measles in a Vaccinated Population", JAMA, Mar 27, 1991, 265(12): 1527.
  • Stickl, H, "Iatrogenic Immuno-suppression as a Result of Vaccination", Fortschr Med, Mar 5, 1981, 99(9);289-292.
Vaccines Cause the "Prevented" Disease:
  • Nkowane, et al, "Vaccine-Associated Paralytic Poliomyelitis, US 1973 through 1984, JAMA, 1987, Vol 257:1335-1340.
  • Quast, et al, "Vaccine Induced Mumps-like Diseases", nd, Int Symp on Immun, Development Bio Stand, Vol 43, p269-272.
  • Green, C et al, "A Case of Hepatitis Related to Etretinate Therapy and Hepatitis B Vaccine", Dermatologica, 1991, 182(2):119-120.
  • Shasby, DM, et al, "Epidemic Measles in Highly Vaccinated Population", NEJM, Mar 1977, 296(11): 585-589.
  • Tesovic, G et al, "Aseptic Meningitis after Measles, Mumps and Rubella Vaccine", Lancet, Jun 12, 1993, 341(8859):1541.
  • Johnson, RH, et al, "Nosocomial Vaccinia Infection", West J Med, Oct 1976, 125(4):266-270.
  • Malengreau, M, "Reappearance of Post-Vaccination Infection of Measles, Rubella, and Mumps. Should Adolescents be re-vaccinated?" Pedaitric, 1992;47(9):597-601 (25 ref)
  • Basa, SN, "Paralytic Poliomyelitis Following Inoculation With Combined DTP Prophylactic. A review of Sixteen cases with Special Reference to Immunization Schedules in Infancy", J Indian Med Assoc, Feb 1, 1973, 60:97-99.
  • Landrigan, PJ et al, "Measles in Previously Vaccinated Children in Illinois", Ill Med J, Arp 1974, 141:367-372.
  • NA, "Vaccine-Associated Poliomyelitis", Med J Aust, Oct 1973, 2:795-796. 
Vaccines Causing Another Vaccinal Disease:
  • Basa, SN, "Paralytic Poliomyelitis Following Inoculation With Combined DTP Prophylactic. A review of Sixteen cases with Special Reference to Immunization Schedules in Infancy", J Indian Med Assoc, Feb 1, 1973, 60:97-99.
  • Pathel, JC, et al, "Tetanus Following Vaccination Against Small-pox", J Pediatr, Jul 1960; 27:251-263.
  • Favez, G, "Tuberculous Superinfection Following a Smallpox Re-Vaccination", Praxis, July 21, 1960; 49:698-699.
  • Quast, Ute, and Hennessen, "Vaccine-Induced Mumps-like Diseases", Intern Symp on Immunizations , Development Bio Stand, Vol 43, p 269-272.
  • Forrest, J M, et al, "Clinical Rubella Eleven months after Vaccination," Lancet, Aug 26, 1972, 2:399-400.
  • Dittman, S, "Atypical Measles after Vaccination", Beitr Hyg Epidemiol, 19891, 25:1-274 (939 ref)
  • Sen S, et al, "Poliomyelitis in Vaccinated Children", Indian Pediatr, May 1989, 26(5): 423-429.
  • Arya, SC, "Putative Failure of Recombinant DNA Hepatitis B Vaccines", Vaccine, Apr 1989, 7(2): 164-165.
  • Lawrence, R et al, "The Risk of Zoster after Varicella Vaccination in Children with Leukemia", NEJM, Mar 3, 1988, 318(9): 543-548. 
Vaccines and Metabolism:
  • Deutsch J, " [Temperature changes after triple-immunization in infant age]," Padiatr Grenzgeb 1976;15(1):3-6. [Article in German]
  •  NA, "[Temperature changes after triple immunization in childhood]," Padiatr Grenzgeb 1976;15(1):7-10. [Article in German]
  • [Considering that the thyroid controls our Basal Metabolism, it would appear that vaccines altered (depressed) thyroid activity.]
Vaccines Altering Resistance to Disease:
  • Burmistrova AL, "[Change in the non-specific resistance of the body to influenza and acute respiratory diseases following immunization diphtheria-tetanus vaccine]," Zh Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol 1976; (3):89-91. [Article in Russian]
Vaccines and Kidney Disorders:
  • Jacquot, C et al, "Renal Risk in Vaccination", Nouv Presse Med, Nov 6, 1982, 11(44):3237-3238.
  • Giudicelli, et al, "Renal Risk in Vaccination", Presse Med, Jun 11, 1982, 12(25):1587-1590.
  • Tan, SY, et al, "Vaccine Related Glomerulonephritis", BMJ, Jan 23, 1993, 306(6872):248.
  • Pillai, JJ, et al, "Renal Involvement in Association with Post-vaccination Varicella", Clin Infect Disorder, Dec 1993, 17(6): 1079-1080.
  • Eisinger, AJ et al, "Acute Renal Failure after TAB and Cholera Vaccination", B Med J, Feb 10, 1979, 1(6160):381-382.
  • Silina, ZM, et al, "Causes of Postvaccinal Complications in the Kidneys in Young Infants", Pediatria, Dec 1978, (12):59-61.
  • Na, "Albuminurias", Concours Med, Mar 1964, 85:5095-5098. [vaccination adverse reactions]
  • Oyrl, A, et al, "Can Vaccinations Harm the Kidney?", Clin Nephrol, 1975, 3(5):204-205.
  •  Mel'man Nia, "[Renal lesions after use of vaccines and sera]." Vrach Delo 1978 Oct;(10):67-9, [Article in Russian]
  •  Silina ZM, Galaktionova TIa, Shabunina NR, "[Causes of postvaccinal complications in the kidneys in young infants]." Pediatriia 1978 Dec;(12):59-61, [Article in Russian]
  • Silina EM, et al, "[Some diseases of the kidneys in children during the 1st year of life, following primary smallpox vaccination and administration of pertusis-diphtheria-tetanus vaccine]." Vopr Okhr Materin Det 1968 Mar; 13(3):79-80, [Article in Russian]
Vaccines and Skin Disorders:
  • Illingsworth R, "Skin rashes after triple vaccine," Arch Dis Child 1987 Sep; 62(9):979.
  • Lupton GP, "Discoid lupus erythematosus occurring in a smallpox vaccination scar," J Am Acad Dermatol, 1987 Oct; 17(4):688-690.
  • Kompier, A J, "Some Skin Diseases caused by Vaccinia Virus [Smallpox]," Ned Milt Geneesk T, 15:149-157, May 1962.
  • Weber, G et al, "Skin Lesions Following Vaccinations," Deutsch Med Wschr, 88:1878-1886, S7 Sept 1963.
  • Copeman, P W, "Skin Complications of Smallpox Vaccination," Practitioner, 197:793-800, Dec 1966.
  • Denning, DW, et al, "Skin Rashes After Triple Vaccine," Arch Disorder Child, May 1987, 62(5): 510-511.
Vaccines and Abcesses:
  • Sterler, HC, et al, "Outbreaks of Group A Steptococcal Abcesses Following DTP Vaccination", Pediatrics, Feb 1985, 75(2):299-303.
  • DiPiramo, D, et al, "Abcess Formation at the Site of Inoculation of Calmette-Guerin Bacillus (BCG)," Riv Med Aeronaut Spaz, Jul-Dec 1981, 46(3-4):190-199.
Vaccines and Shock:
  • Caileba, A et al, "Shock associated with Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation Syndrome following Injection of DT.TAB Vaccine, Prese Med, Sept 15, 1984, 13(3):1900.
Other Citations:
  • Pathel, JC, et al, "Tetanus Following Vaccination Against Small-pox", J Pediatr, Jul 1960; 27:251-263.
  • Favez, G, "Tuberculous Superinfection Following a Smallpox Re-Vaccination", Praxis, July 21, 1960; 49:698-699.
  • Bonifacio, A et al, "Traffic Accidents as an expression of "Iatrogenic damage", Minerva Med, Feb 24, 1971, 62:735-740. [But officer I was just vaccinated!]
  • Baker, J et al, "Accidental Vaccinia: Primary Inoculation of a Scrotum", Clin Pediatr (Phila), Apr 1972, 11:244-245.
  • Edwards, K, "Danger of Sunburn Following Vaccination", Papua New Guinea Med J, Dec 1977, 20(4):203.
  • Stroder, J, "Incorrect Therapy in Children", Folia Clin Int (Barc), Feb 1966, 16:82-90. [Agreed.]
  • Wehrle PF, "Injury associated with the use of vaccines,"  Clin Ther 1985;7(3):282-284.
  •  Alberts ME, "When and where will it stop", Iowa Med 1986 Sep; 76(9):424. [When!]
  • Breiman RF, Zanca JA, "Of floors and ceilings--defining, assuring, and communicating vaccine safety", Am J Public Health 1997 Dec;87(12):1919-1920.
  • Stewart, AM, et al, "Aetiology of Childhood Leukaemia", Lancet, 16 Oct, 1965, 2:789-790.
  • Nelson, ST, "John Hutchinson On Vaccination Syphilis (Hutchinson, J)", Arch Derm, (Chic), May 1969, 99:529-535.
  • Mather, C, "Cotton Mather Anguishes Over the Consequences of His Son’s Inoculation Against Smallpox", Pediatrics, May 1974; 53:756.
  • Thoman M, "The Toxic Shot Syndrome", Vet Hum Toxicol, Apr 1986, 28(2):163-166. [Animals are not exempt from vaccination damage either!]
  • Johnson, RH, et al, "Nosocomial Vaccinia Infection", West J Med, Oct 1976, 125(4):266-270. [Nosocomial means a disease acquired in a doctor’s office or hospital.]
  • Heed, JR, "Human Immunization With Rabies Vaccine in Suckling Mice Brain," Salud Publica, May-Jun 1974, 16(3): 469-480.
  • Tesovic, G et al, "Aseptic Meningitis after Measles, Mumps and Rubella Vaccine", Lancet, Jun 12, 1993, 341(8859):1541. [AM has same symptoms as poliomyelitis!]
  • Buddle, BM et al, "Contagious Ecthyma Virus-Vaccination Failures", Am J Vet Research, Feb 1984, 45(2):263-266.
  • Freter, R et al, "Oral Immunization And Production of Coproantibody in Human Volunteers", J Immunol, Dec 1963, 91:724-729. [copro = Feces]
  • NA, "Vaccination, For and Against", 1964, Belg T Geneesk, 20:125-130. [Is it for or against?]
  • Sahadevan, MG et al, "Post-vaccinal Myelitis", J Indian Med Ass, Feb 16, 1966, 46:205-206.
  • Castan, P et al, "Coma Revealing an acute Leukosis in a child, 15 days after an Oral Anti-poliomyelitis Vaccination," Acta Neurol Bekg, May 1965, 65:349-367. [Coma from vaccines!]
  • Stickl, H, et al, "Purulent [pus] meningitides Following Smallpox Vaccination. On the Problem of Post-Vaccinal Decrease of Resistance", Deutsch Med Wschr, Jul 22, 1966, 91:1307-1310.
  • Haas, R, et al, "Studies on the Occurrence of Viremia Following Oral Poliomyelitis Vaccination with Sabin Type I Strain LSC2ab", Deutsch Med Wschr, Mar 4, 1968, 91:385-389.
  • Converse, J L, et al, "Control of Tissue Reactions in monkeys vaccinated with Viable Coccidioides immitis by prevaccination with killed Coccidioides immitis", J Bact, Sept 1965, 90:783-788.
  • Motelunas, LI et al, "The Potential Epidemiological Hazard of Parental Transmission of Epidemic Hepatitis as the Result of Vaccination," Zh Mikrobiol, Nov 1965, 42:105-108.
  • Krudusz, J, "Effect of Vaccinotherapy on the Sedimentation Rate and On the Hematocrit", Klin Oczna, 1967, 37:191-195.
  • Pop, A, "Production of Laboratory Animals for the Production of Serums and Vaccines," Arch Roum Path Exp Mocrobiol, 1967, 23:423-430. [Animal research for vaccine production!]
  • Espmark, A, "The Composition of Vaccines With Reference to Potentially Injurious Allergens", Lakartidningen, Nov 3, 1965, 62:3662-3667.
  • DeRenzi, S, et al, "Damage Caused by Vaccine Therapy and Serotherapy", Clin Ter, Sept 30, 1966, 38:497-500.
  • Lewis, J, "Iatrogenic Malaria," New Zeal Med J, Feb 1970, 71:88-89. [Malaria caused by the doctor!]
  • Prakken, JR, "Syphilization", Nederl T Geneesk, Jun 13, 1970, 114:1019-1023.
  • Damert, C et al, "Hygenical and Bacteriological Inspection of the Execution of Vaccination," Z Gesamite Hyg, Jul 1974, 20(7):439-442.
  • Na, "Sibling Accidentally Vaccinates other Following Inoculation", Can Med Assoc J, Aug 4, 1973, 109:237.
  • Opitz, B et al, "Prevention of Iatrogenic Infections Following Vaccination", Dtsch Gesundheltsw, Jun 15, 1972, 27:1131-1136.
  • Raff, MJ, "Progressive Vaccinia (Vaccinia Gangrenosum)", J Ky Med Assoc, Feb 1973, 71:92-95.
  • Hanissian, AS et al, "Vasculitis and Myositis Secondary to Rubella Vaccination", Arch Neurol, Mar 1973, 28:202-204.
  • Cho, CT, et al, "Panencephalitis Following Measles Vaccination", JAMA, May 28, 1973, 224:1299.
  • Rubin, R H, et al, "Adverse Reactions to Duck Embryo Rabies Vaccine. Range and Incidence," Ann Intern Med, May 1973, 78:643-649.
  • Gunderman, JR, "Guillain-Barre Syndrome. Occurrence Following Combined Mumps-Rubella Vaccine", Am J Disorder Child, Jun 1973, 125:834-835. [GBS is paralysis!]
  • Hale, MS et al, "Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Associated With Rubella Immunization", Am J Phys Med, Aug 1973, 52:189-194.
  • Provost, A et al, "Inopportune Cattle Mucosal Diseases Associated With Rinderpest Vaccine", Bull Epizoot Afr, Dec 1972, 20:265-267.
  • Budal, J, "Hazards of Prophylactic Vaccination," Orv Hetil, Sept 10, 1972, 113:2237-2240.
  • Levenbuk, IS, et al, "A Morphological Study of the Harmlessness of Live Dysentery Vaccines From Streptomycin Dependent Mutants of Sh. Flexnert", ZH Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol, Feb 1972, 49:18-22.
  • Arnold, H, "Our Vaccination Service is Sick", Oeff Egsundheitswes, Feb 1974, 36:133-134.
  • Spless, H, "Sterility of Vaccination Guns", Dtsch Med Wochenschr, Jun 27, 1975, 100(26):1445-1446. [Make sure the gun is sterile, because what is inside it isn’t.]
  • Redey, B, "Self-Experiments with the Ingestion of Various Bacteria", Acta Microbiol Acad Sci Hung, 1974, 21(1-2):45-62.
  • Webster, AC, "The Adverse Effect of Environment on the Response to Distemper Vaccination", Aust Vet J, Oct 1975, 51(10): 488-490.
  • NA, "Vaccines Made From House-Dust Mites", Drug Ther Bull, Apr 23, 1976, 14(9):35-36. [Sic!]
  • Levaditi, JC et al, "Local Tolerance of Vaccines Adsorbed on Immuno-Stimulating Substances", Sem Hop Ther, Feb 1975, 51(2):117-118.
  • Miller, Ta, "The Possibilities for Application of the Canine Hookworm Vaccine Technology to the Prevention and Control of Hookworm Infection and Disease in Man", In: Nuclear Techniques in Helminthology Research, Vienna, International Atomic Energy Agency, 1973.
  • Borsche, A, "What are the Hazards of Vaccinations in Childhood?" ZFA, May 10, 1976, 52(13):666-674.
  • Starke, G, et al, "Requirements for the Control of a Dog Kidney Cell-adapted Live Mumps Virus Vaccine", J Biol Stand, Apr 1974, 2(2):143-150. [DKC = Dog Kidney Cells]
  • Garlick, P et al, "Stimulation of Protein Synthesis and Breakdown By Vaccination", Br Med J, Jul 26, 1980, 281(6235):263-265.
  • Weissmann, G, "In Quest of Fleck: Science From the Holocaust", Hosp Pract, Oct 1980, 15(10):48-49.52, 54-55 passim.
  • Williams, Go, "Vaccines in Older Patients: Combating the Risk of Mortality", Geriatrics, Nov 1980, 35(11):55-57, 63-64.
  • Sun, M, "Compensation for Victims of Vaccines", np, Feb 27, 1981, 211(4485):906-908.
  • Hillary, IB, et al, "Persistence of antibody 10 years after Vaccination with Wistar RA 27/3 Strain of Live Attenuated Rubella Vaccine", Br Med J, Jun 28, 1980, 280(6231):1580-1581. [RA 27/3 refers to an aborted fetus.]
  • Frerichs, GN et al, "Estimation of Residual Free Formaldehyde in Biological Products", J Biol Stand 1980; 8(2):139-144. [Formaldehyde is a carcinogen.]
  • Ambs, E et al, "Tuberculous Abcess of the Upper Arm With Regional Lymphadenitis as a Consequence of Injection in Two Siblings", Med Klin, July 7, 1967, 62:1050-1054.
  • Davis, LE, "Communicating Hydrocephalus in New born Hamsters and Cats Following Vaccinia Virus infection", J Neurosurg, Jun 1981, 54(6):767-772. [Hydrocephalus is similar to brain swelling.]
  • Simon, J et al, "A new Model of Multiple Sclerosis. Experimental Vaccinia Infection in the Monkey", Forschr Med, Nov 6, 1980, 98(41):1607-1611. [Links between vaccines and MS.]
  • Barrie, H, "Campaign of Terror", AM J Disorder Child, Sept 1983, 137(9):922-923. [Qui tu - Vaccination - Et Brutus?]
  • Stickl, H, "Discussion on the Most Favorable Age For Primary Smallpox Vaccination of Children", Monatsschr Kinderheilkd, Sept 1970, 118:541-544. [Answer - none!]
  • Daugaard, J, "Adverse Effects of Vaccination. The Liability of Physicians and The objective Liability," Nord Med, Jun 1972, 87:183-184.
  • Conteras Poza L, et al, "An Unusual Accident During Smallpox Vaccination: Intramuscular Injection of the Lymph Vaccine", Rev Sanid hig Publica (Madr) Oct 1971, 45:1017-1022. [I thought that vaccines were supposed to be given IM.]
  • Nosov, SD, et al, "Systematization of Reactions Developing After Prophylactic Vaccination", Pediatria, Feb 1972, 51:10-15.
  • Remsey, "Iatrogenic [Doctor -caused] Disease Caused by Vaccination", Orv Hetil, Sept 1971, 112:2245.
  • Stickl, H, "Estimation of Vaccination Damage", Med Welt, Oct 14, 1972, 23:1495-1497.
  • Millichap JG, et al, "Etiology and treatment of infantile spasms: current concepts, including the role of DPT immunization," Acta Paediatr Jpn 1987 Feb; 29(1):54-60.
  • Mason, MM et al, "Toxicology and Carcinogenesis of Various Chemicals Used in the Preparation of Vaccines", np, Jun 1971, 4:185-204.
  • Michiels, J, "Harmful Effects of Common Drugs on the Vital Apparatus. Agents of Immunity." Bull Sociologist Beige Ophtalmol, 1972, 160:467-483.
  • Knudsen, Rc, et al, "Difference in the Protective Immunity of the tongue and feet of Guinea Pigs Vaccinated with Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus Type A12 Following intradermolingual and Footpad [foot and mouth]Challenge", Vet Microbiol, May 1982, 7(2):97-107.
  • Elliman, D, "Vaccination and Professional Confusion", Br Med J, Sept 15, 1990, 301(675):551.
  • NA, "Risk Language Preferred By Mothers in Considering a Hypothetical New Vaccine For Their Children", 1991, np.
  • Levine, MM, "Non-target Effects of Live Vaccines: Myth, Reality and Demagoguery," Development Biol Stand, 1995, 84:33-38.
  • Stickl, H, "No Negligence in Preventive Vaccinations", Fortschr Med, July 20, 1989, 107(21):14-15.
  • Donaldson, AI, et al, "Transmission of Foot-and-mouth Disease by Vaccinated Cattle Following Natural Challenge", Research Vet Sci, Jan 1989, 46(1):9-14.
  • Spier, RE, "Democratic Governments and Vaccines", Vaccine, Nov 1994, 12(15):1363.
  • Cichutek, K, Nucleic Acid Immunizations", Vaccine, Dec 1994, 12(16):1520-1525 (23 ref). [Gene therapy could make autoimmune diseases increase.]
  • Alexander, NJ, et al, "Contraceptive Vaccine Development", Reprod Fertil Development, 1994, 6(3):273-280.
  • Allen, JM, "Over-the-counter Sale of Drugs and Vaccines, J AM Vet Med Assoc, Feb 1, 1995, 206(3):286.
  • Harte, PG et al, "Failure of Malaria Vaccine in Mice Born to Immune Mothers", Clin Exp Immunol, Sept 1982 49(3):509-516.
  • Editorial, "Are We Vaccinating without Reason?", Lakartidningen, Nov 27, 1974, 71(48):4915.
  • Na, "The Hen’s Egg versus the Horse’s Brain: ..." 1988, np,
  • Bonard, EC, "Is Vaccination Still Necessary?" , Rev Med Suisse Romande, Oct 1987, 107(10):781-782.
  • Forrester, HL, et al, "Inefficacy of Pneumococcal vaccine in a High Risk Population," Am J Med, Sept 1987, 83(3): 425-430.
  • NA, "Protection for AIDS Vaccine Suits", NJMed, May 1989, 86(5):338.
  • NA, "AIDS Vaccines: Is Optimism Justified? Fortschr Med, Jul 20, 1989, 107(21):13.
  • Perez Diaz R, et al, "[Post-vaccinal Pericarditis. Report of 2 Cases]", Rev Cuba Med, 1:49-54, Jul-Aug 1962.
  • Larbre, F et al, "Fatal Acute Myocarditis After Smallpox Vaccination", Pediatrie, Apr-May 1966, 21:345-350.
Lungs:
  • Chudwin, DS, et al, "Lung Involvement in Progressive Vaccinia", West J Med, May 1981, 134(5):446-448.

Liver:
  • Lilic, D, et al, "Liver Dysfunction and DNA Antibodies after Hepatitis B Vaccination", Lancet, Nov 5, 1994, 344(8932):1292-1293.  

Eyes:
  • Goldman, A, "Occular Vaccinia: A Case Report and Review of Treatment," Med J Aust, Nov 30, 1968, 2:921-922. 
  • Rennie, AG et al, "Occular Vaccinia," Lancet, Aug 3, 1974, 2:273-275.  
The Damage Done?
From the US Supreme Court - The final document in conclusion of Bruesewitz vs. Wyeth LLC. Were the Bruesewitz family sued Vaccine Court for damage done to their daughter from DTP shot.  Not only did they win but this court concluded that there is a connection between Autism and Vaccines
The Sixth study done on the last couple of years that verifies mercury in the flu vaccine is linked to brain damage and Autism 
Every vaccine has caused some deaths - EVERY ONE.  These numbers are higher in combination vaccines like MMR andDTaP-IPV.  Here is a story, Japan halts vaccines from Pfizer, Sanofi after deaths of four children

Vaccines and Death:
  • Na, "DPT Vaccination and Sudden Infant Death - Tennessee, US Dept HEW, MMWR Report, Mar 23, 1979, vol 28(11): 132.
  • Arevalo, "Vaccinia Necrosum. Report on a Fatal Case", Bol Ofoc Sanit Panamer, Aug 1967, 63:106-110.
  • Connolly, J H, Dick, G W, Field, CM, "A Case of Fatal Progressive Vaccinia", Brit Med Jour, 12 May 1962; 5288:1315-1317.
  • Aragona, F, "Fatal Acute Adrenal Insufficiency Caused by Bilateral Apoplexy of the Adrenal Glands (WFS) following Anti-poliomyelitis Vaccination", Minerva Medicolegale, Aug 1960; 80:167-173.
  • Moblus, G et al, "Pathological-Anatomical Findings in Cases of Death Following Poliomyelitis and DPT Vaccination", Dtsch Gesundheitsw, Jul 20, 1972, 27:1382-1386.
  • NA, "Immunizations and Cot Deaths", Lancet, Sept 25, 1982, np.
  • Goetzeler, A, "Fatal Encephalitis after Poliomyelitis Vaccination", 22 Jun 1961, Muenchen Med Wschr, 102:1419-1422.
  • Fulginiti, V, "Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Diphtheria-Tetanus Toxoid-Pertussis Vaccination and Visits to the Doctor: Chance Association or Cause and Effect?", Pediatr Infect Disorder, Jan-Feb 1983, 2(1): 7-11.
  • Baraff, LJ, et al, "Possible Temporal Association Between Diphtheria-tetanus toxoid-Pertussis Vaccination and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome", Pediatr Infect Disorder, Jan-Feb 1983, 2(1): 5-6.
  • Reynolds, E, "Fatal Outcome of a Case of Eczema Vaccinatum", Lancet, 24 Sept 1960, 2:684-686.
  • Apostolov. et al, "Death of an Infant in Hyperthermia After Vaccination", J Clin Path, Mar 1961, 14:196-197.
  • Bouvier-Colle, MH, "Sex-Specific Differences in Mortality After High-Titre Measles Vaccination", Rev Epidemiol Sante Publique, 1995; 43(1): 97.
  •  Stewart GT, "Deaths of infants after triple vaccine.", Lancet 1979 Aug 18;2(8138):354-355.
  • Flahault A, "Sudden infant death syndrome and diphtheria/tetanus toxoid/pertussis/poliomyelitis immunisation.", Lancet 1988 Mar 12;1(8585):582-583.
  • Larbre, F et al, "Fatal Acute Myocarditis After Smallpox Vaccination", Pediatrie, Apr-May 1966, 21:345-350.
  •  Mortimer EA Jr, "DTP and SIDS: when data differ", Am J Public Health 1987 Aug; 77(8):925-926.
Who to Believe?
And even after all the research who do you believe?  We all want to believe that the government and big pharma have our best interests at heart, if you are a good person you probably want to believe that about everyone but at the heart of it all - People who are anti-vaccine have NOTHING to gain from which side of the fence you sit on - Vaccine developers, the CDC and big pharma have EVERYTHING to gain and they go to great lengths to cover up any and all bad press about the way they do business
Endless doctors are coming forward and dismantling the myth of vaccine safety and efficiency.  Here is one letter written by  world renowned neurologist Dr. Russell Blaylock MD  
Nancy Banks MD - video 

Vaccine Failures: 
  • Hardy, GE, Jr, et al, "The Failure of a School Immunization Campaign to Terminate an Urban Epidemic of Measles," Amer J Epidem, Mar 1970; 91:286-293.
  • Cherry, JD, et al, "A Clinical and Serologic Study of 103 Children With Measles Vaccine Failure", J Pediatr, May 1973; 82:801-808.
  • Jilg, W, et al, "Inoculation Failure Following Hepatitis B Vaccination", Dtsch Med wochenschr, 1990 Oct 12; 115(41):1514-1548.
  • Plotkin, SA, "Failures of Protection by Measles Vaccine," J Pediatr, May 1973; 82:798-801.
  • Bolotovskii, V, et al, "Measles Incidence Among Children Properly Vaccinated Against This Infection", ZH Mikrobiol Epidemiol Immunobiol, 1974; 00(5):32-35.
  • Landrigan, PJ, et al, "Measles in Previously Vaccinated Children in Illinois", Ill Med J, Apr 1974; 141:367-372.
  • Strebel, P et al, "An Outbreak of Whooping Cough in a Highly Vaccinated Urban Community", J Trop Pediatr, Mar 1991, 37(2): 71-76.
  • Forrest, JM, et al, "Failure of Rubella Vaccination to Prevent Congenital Rubella,"Med J Aust, 1977 Jan 15; 1(3): 77.
  • Jilg, W, "Unsuccessful Vaccination against Hepatitis B", Dtsch Med Wochenschr, Nov 16, 1990, 115(46):1773.
  • Coles, FB, et al, "An Outbreak of Influenza A (H3N2) in a Well-Immunized Nursing home Population," J Am ger Sociologist, Jun 1992, 40(6):589-592.
  • Jilg, W, et al, "Inoculation Failure following Hepatitis B Vaccination," Dtsch Med Wochenschr, Oct 12, 1990, 115(41):1545-1548.
  • Hartmann, G et al, "Unsuccessful Inoculation against Hepatitis B," Dtsch Med Wochenschr, May 17, 1991, 116(20): 797.
  • Buddle, BM et al, "Contagious Ecthyma Virus-Vaccination Failures", Am J Vet Research, Feb 1984, 45(2):263-266.
  • Mathias, R G, "Whooping Cough In Spite of Immunization", Can J Pub Health, 1978 Mar/Apr; 69(2):130-132.
  • Osterholm, MT, et al, "Lack of Efficacy of Haemophilus b Polysacharide Vaccine in Minnesota", JAMA, 1988 Sept 9; 260(10:1423-1428.
  • Johnson, RH, et al, "Nosocomial Vaccinia Infection", West J Med, Oct 1976, 125(4):266-270.

Vaccinations Don’t Work:

  • Gilchrist, A, "To Vaccinate is Not Always to Immunize", Med J Aust, May 6, 1991, 154(9):638.
  • Daniel, J C, "The Polio Paradox, One of the Two Polio Vaccines Has Been Largely Abandoned in the US; The other is the Leading Cause of the Disease", Science, April 1986, p 37-39. 

Learn everything you can and then learn more.  Your health and the health of your family depends on it.  There is NO law that says you HAVE to be vaccinated

2 comments:

Village Healing said...

Thank you so much for for putting your awesome research together here to help us make fully educated decisions about our health and our children's health.

Anonymous said...

From the US Supreme Court - The final document in conclusion of Bruesewitz vs. Wyeth LLC. Were the Bruesewitz family sued Vaccine Court for damage done to their daughter from DTP shot. Not only did they win but this court concluded that there is a connection between Autism and Vaccines.

Am I missing something? The majority opinion rules in favor of Wyeth, the vaccine manufacturer....