By Harold Buttram, MD, and Catherine Frompovich
A growing base of raw material statistics from the USA and Japan showing clear time-based relationships between childhood vaccine schedules and incidences of subdural hemorrhages, occurring predominately during the first six months in the USA and during the seventh month in Japan, provides heretofore uncollected input material for an epidemiological study of massive proportions that clearly can illustrate a causal vaccine-subdural hemorrhage relationship and other health anomalies.
This paper documents support for such a retrospective study both in the USA and in Japan to correlate incidences of subdural hemorrhages within infant vaccination schedule timeframes in both countries along with other health issues in children.
Repeatedly, the U.S. CDC and FDA declare there is no correlation between vaccines and subdural hemorrhages or other medical issues including autism spectrum disorder, childhood diabetes, or allergies.
Interestingly, the Institutes of Medicine admitted in a report published August 25, 2011, Adverse Effects of Vaccines: Evidence and Causality , the following:
Using epidemiologic and mechanistic evidence, the committee developed 158 causality conclusions and assigned each relationship between a vaccine and an adverse health problem to one of four categories of causation:
Evidence convincingly supports a causal relationship
Evidence favors acceptance of a causal relationship
Evidence favors rejection of a causal relationship
Evidence is inadequate to accept or reject a causal relationship.
The committee finds that evidence convincingly supports a causal relationship between some vaccines and some adverse events—such as MMR, varicella zoster, influenza, hepatitis B, meningococcal, and tetanus-containing vaccines linked to anaphylaxis. …
Since anaphylaxis is serious, brain damage other than subdural hemorrhage from the above IOM-cited vaccines can occur due to lack of sufficient oxygen during anaphylaxis, if one survives it. Up to 15 percent of the U.S. population, which includes infants and children, can be considered at risk for anaphylactic reactions when exposed to one or more chemicals. Vaccines contain numerous chemical compounds—many neurotoxins, e.g., aluminum and mercury—whose interactions have not been studied and therefore jeopardize and place at risk, infants and children in particular, because of brain physiology due to the young age and under-developed brain neurons and immune system.
The Institute of Medicine’s report is convincing evidence that seizures and inflammation of the brain, which is a contraindication on some vaccine package inserts, can occur and undoubtedly do occur, as many innocent parents are charged with Shaken Baby Syndrome in the absence of physical abuse to the child’s body.
The Institute of Medicine report also found that the chickenpox vaccine [varicella] could cause meningitis, a brain inflammation, along with pneumonia or hepatitis years later if the virus, normally suppressed by the immune system, re-emerged because the immune system had been weakened, which can occur from neurotoxins from normal infant and childhood vaccines administered as per the CDC’s vaccination schedule—26 within the first year of life. The brain’s immune system becomes overwhelmed and cannot cope.
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