Saturday, November 26, 2011


Infant mortality rates regressed against number of vaccine doses routinely given: Is there a biochemical or synergistic toxicity

Among the 34 nations analyzed, those that require the most vaccines tend to have the worst IMRs. Thus, we must ask important questions: is it possible that some nations are requiring too many vaccines for their infants and the additional vaccines are a toxic burden on their health? Are some deaths that are listed within the 130 infant mortality death categories really deaths that are associated with over-vaccination? Are some vaccine-related deaths hidden within the death tables?

Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)

Prior to contemporary vaccination programs, ‘Crib death’ was so infrequent that it was not mentioned in infant mortality statistics. In the United States, national immunization campaigns were initiated in the 1960s when several new vaccines were introduced and actively recommended. For the first time in history, most US infants were required to receive several doses of DPT, polio, measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines. Shortly thereafter, in 1969, medical certifiers presented a new medical term—sudden infant death syndrome...

Torch found that two-thirds of babies who had died from SIDS had been vaccinated against DPT(diphtheria–pertussis–tetanus toxoid) prior to death. Of these, 6.5% died within 12 hours of vaccination; 13% within 24 hours; 26% within 3 days; and 37%,
61%, and 70% within 1, 2, and 3 weeks, respectively. Torch also found that unvaccinated babies who died of SIDS did so most often in the fall or winter while
vaccinated babies died most often at 2 and 4 months—the same ages when initial doses of DPT were given to infants. He concluded that DPT ‘‘may be a generally unrecognized major cause of sudden infant and early childhood death, and that the risks of immunization may outweigh its potential benefits...

Fine and Chen reported that babies died at a rate nearly eight times greater than normal within 3 days after getting a DPT vaccination...

nations that require more vaccine doses tend to have higher infant mortality rates."

Table 1. 2009 Infant mortality rates, top 34 nations
Rank Country IMR
1 Singapore 2.31
2 Sweden 2.75
3 Japan 2.79
4 Iceland 3.23
5 France 3.33
6 Finland 3.47
7 Norway 3.58
8 Malta 3.75
9 Andorra 3.76
10 Czech Republic 3.79
11 Germany 3.99
12 Switzerland 4.18
13 Spain 4.21
14 Israel 4.22
15 Liechtenstein 4.25
16 Slovenia 4.25
17 South Korea 4.26
18 Denmark 4.34
19 Austria 4.42
20 Belgium 4.44
21 Luxembourg 4.56
22 Netherlands 4.73
23 Australia 4.75
24 Portugal 4.78
25 United Kingdom 4.85
26 New Zealand 4.92
27 Monaco 5.00
28 Canada 5.04
29 Ireland 5.05
30 Greece 5.16
31 Italy 5.51
32 San Marino 5.53
33 Cuba 5.82
34 United States 6.22

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