Six of 10 Vaccines Studied Increase Mortality

Six of 10 Vaccines Studied Increase Mortality by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola

The December 27, 2019, Science News DK article,1 “Vaccines — An Unresolved Story in Many Ways,” touches on one of the crucial talking points of vaccine safety and informed consent advocates, which is the intentional cover-up of real-world vaccine injuries and deaths.

While the vaccine industry and most public health organizations insist vaccines are universally safe and effective and that the science on this “is settled,” much of the actual data tells a very different story.

‘Vaccination Opponents Are Justified in Being Concerned’

The problem is, most people never see that data, much less take the time to interpret it and, thus, the lie, through simple repetition, becomes “established fact.” As noted in the Science News DK article:

“For 40 years, Danish researchers … have shown that vaccines against everything from polio and smallpox to malaria and tuberculosis have both beneficial and harmful health effects that are unrelated to the diseases the vaccines protect against.

Now these researchers have put the research into a historical perspective that they hope can help make the world’s health authorities realize that the relationship between vaccines and disease is not always simple.

In fact, their research shows that some vaccines protect against completely different diseases than those for which they are designed. Unfortunately, other vaccines are associated with excess mortality from unrelated diseases …

‘What do researchers do when they discover that vaccination opponents are justified in being concerned? No vaccines have been studied for their non-specific effects on overall health, and before we have examined these, we cannot actually determine that the vaccines are safe.

In addition, our research shows that some vaccines actually increase overall mortality, especially among girls, and this is very worrying,’ explains Christine Stabell Benn, Clinical Professor, University of Southern Denmark, Odense.”

So, where are the headlines declaring the scientific conclusion that vaccination opponents are justified in their concern? As expected, the information — published in Clinical Microbiology and Infections2 — has not been well received by health authorities, including the World Health Organization. It’s been largely ignored wholesale.

This, despite the researchers’ intentional attempt to highlight the beneficial effects of vaccines in their paper. “Communicating this message is a little easier,” admits Stabell Benn, one of the authors of the paper.

The fact, though, is that while there appear to be benefits, there also appear to be significant drawbacks and risks, and this too needs to be fully acknowledged, especially in light of the current march toward medical fascism where people who point out potential problems are branded as dangerous and threatened with everything from loss of employment to imprisonment.

Six of 10 Vaccines Investigated Found to Increase Mortality

As reported in “Vaccines — An Unresolved Story in Many Ways,”3 a new high titer measles vaccine rolled out in Africa in 1989 was found to double mortality from other diseases in girls. At first, the WHO refused to believe the results. The WHO didn’t withdraw the vaccine until 1992, after studies in Haiti, Sudan and other countries confirmed that female young children were dying in higher numbers.

During the 1990s, Stabell Benn and her colleague Peter Aaby continued studying the effect of many other vaccines on overall mortality, coming to the shocking conclusion that six of the 10 vaccines investigated actually INCREASED mortality by rendering children more susceptible to other lethal diseases.

The diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine (DTP) had the same disastrous effect as the measles vaccine — it doubled mortality among children under the age of 5, and girls were again more likely to die.

Overall, live attenuated vaccines — the older measles vaccine, the bacillus Calmette-Gueri against tuberculosis, oral polio vaccine and the smallpox vaccine — all seemed to offer nonspecific protection against deadly diseases, contributing to lowering overall mortality.

Inactivated (non-live) vaccines, on the other hand — the DTP, pentavalent vaccine, inactivated polio vaccine, H1N1 influenza vaccine and the hepatitis B vaccine — increased overall mortality, especially among girls, even when they offered a high degree of protection against the target disease.

More recently, GlaxoSmithKline’s antimalarial vaccine (RTS, S/AS01 or RTS,S, sold under the brand name Mosquirix), which appears to offer between 18% to 36.3% protection against malaria depending on the age group,4 was also found to increase overall mortality.

As reported by “Vaccines — An Unresolved Story in Many Ways,” “Overall mortality was 24% higher among people who had been vaccinated against malaria compared with unvaccinated individuals.” Stabell Benn told Science News DK:5

“A vaccine that protects against malaria that does not reduce mortality makes no sense. We therefore asked GlaxoSmithKline for access to the original data and found that the vaccine reduced mortality among boys by a modest 15% while doubling the overall mortality rate for girls. This was the sixth non-live vaccine that we associated with mortality among girls — exactly as we had seen for other non-live vaccines.”

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