Does Whooping Cough Vaccine Work?

[SaneVax:  Despite high whooping cough vaccination coverage and the fact many states are reporting over 80% of whooping cough cases are occurring in those who are fully vaccinated, the medical community is calling for additional vaccinations. Where is the logic? Is anyone considering the possibility of bacterial mutation? Has anyone examined the vaccines currently being used for efficacy? Why is no one willing to consider that the vaccines may not be working?]

Worst whooping cough outbreak in over 50 years happening among the fully vaccinated

By Craig Stellpflug

Does whooping cough vaccination work?

(NaturalNews) If four shots of toxic vaccines do not work against pertussis (AKA whooping cough), then maybe five or six will work… Or maybe not… The CDC now reports the highest level of pertussis cases in 50 years. Of course, they are encouraging all children and adults to line up for yet another shot in the dark.

Dr. Anne Schuchat, director of National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases reports 18,000 nationwide cases of pertussis so far this year – twice as many cases as there were at this time in 2011 and matching the 1959 numbers reported by this time of the year.

Pertussis is a bacterial infection involving the respiratory tract that spreads by coughing and sneezing. It often starts out like the common cold, but can become a life-threatening infection, particularly for infants under the age of one. The vaccination for pertussis is included in the DTaP vaccine.

The pertussis vaccine in not solving the problem

CDC data shows 84 percent of children under the age of three have received at least four DTaP shots and yet, despite high vaccination rates, whooping cough still keeps circulating, largely among the fully vaccinated. This is because pertussis is a cyclical disease where natural increases in infection tend to occur every four to five years no matter how high the vaccination rates are.

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