• Another CDC Vaccine Scandal: Data Showing Chickenpox Vaccine Causes More Harm than Good Concealed from Public

    A March 2018 article in the Annals of Clinical Pathology describes CDC’s suppression of inconvenient research findings pertaining to its Universal Varicella Vaccination Program. The author, an independent computer scientist, outlines in morbidly fascinating detail the “collusion” between CDC and its local public health partner to conceal unwanted chickenpox vaccine outcomes from the public. His effort revealed two clearly negative consequences of the varicella vaccination program: 1. Widespread chickenpox vaccination had “accelerated the recurrence of shingles in children who had had natural chickenpox” to rates higher than those published “in any historical study.” Previously, “such high HZ incidence rates were…associated with older adults, not children.” 2. The mass varicella vaccination program also had “increased the likelihood of shingles recurrence in adults.” Neither finding was palatable to the public health agencies eager to publicize their vaccination program as an unmitigated success.

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  • Another CDC Vaccine Scandal: Data Showing Chickenpox Vaccine Causes More Harm than Good Concealed from Public

    Millions of people in the US have Autism today and perhaps 80 million worldwide.

    Work and mental health:

    85% Adults unemployed

    66% Report suicidal tendencies

    35% Plan or attempt suicide


    Health:

    Up to 50% have Intellectual Disability

    30% Epilepsy

    Average life expectancy between 40 and 54 years


    Cost:

    Cost of an adult with ASD over $50000 year.

    Estimated lifetime costs $1.5-2.5 million

    2015 $250 Billion annual costs - 1% of GDP

    2025 Predicted annual costs of up to $1 trillion - 5% of GDP

    2035 Up to 20% of GDP?


    Autism rates growth:


    1 in 10000 1970

    1 in 1000 1995

    1 in 500 1999

    1 in 150 2000

    1 in 125 2004

    1 in 110 2006

    1 in 88 2008

    1 in 68 2014

    1 in 30 2018

    1 in 15 2022

    1 in 8 2026

    1 in 4 2030

    1 in 2 2035


    Can we afford to ignore Autism reality?