• Striking Differences In Health Outcomes Between Vaccinated & Unvaccinated Children Reported For The First Time

    Posted May 11, 2017: by Bill Sardi

    The first study comparing the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated children has been published. Mothers of home-schooled children were surveyed. A population of 405 vaccinated versus 261 unvaccinated children were compared. Here is what the survey revealed.

    As anticipated, vaccinated children do experience less infectious disease:

    Vaccinated Unvaccinated
    Chicken pox 7.9% 25.3%
    Whooping cough 2.5% 8.4%
    Rubella (German measles) 0.3% 1.9%

    However, there was an increased incidence of both subsequent single event and chronic health problems following vaccination compared to unvaccinated children.

    Vaccinated Unvaccinated
    Middle ear infection 19.8% 5.8%
    Pneumonia 6.4% 1.2%
    Allergic rhinitis 10.4% 0.4%
    Other allergies 22.2% 6.9%
    Eczema/atopic dermatitis 9.5% 3.6%
    Learning disability 5.7% 1.2%
    Attention deficit/
    Hyperactivity disorder
    4.7% 1.0%
    Any neurodevelopment disorder
    (autism, hyperactivity, learning disability)
    10.5% 3.1%
    Need allergy medication 20.0% 1.2%
    Antibiotic use past 12 months 30.8% 15.4%
    Fever medication 90.7% 67.8%
    Hospitalization 19.8% 12.3%
    Any chronic disease 44.0% 25.0%
    Boys with a chronic condition
    Allergic rhinitis 13.9% 7.2%
    Autistic spectrum disorder 7.7% 1.9%
    Any neurodevelopmental disorder 14.4% 6.7%

    Source: Pilot comparative study on the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated 6- to 12-year-old U.S. children. Journal Translational Science, Volume 3, 2017

    After adjustment for preterm birth and vaccination the odds for a neurodevelopmental disorder among vaccinated children was 2.5 times greater than unvaccinated children. Preterm birth itself was not significantly associated with neurodevelopmental disorders whereas the combination of preterm birth and vaccination was associated with 6.6-fold increased odds of neurodevelopmental disorders. The authors of the study concluded “there were striking differences in diverse outcomes between groups.”

    In a prior report I cited that unvaccinated children do not pose a greater risk for the spread of infectious disease given that (a) other children are vaccinated against those diseases and (b) most of these unvaccinated children have developed antibodies against infectious diseases naturally.

    I also reported that zinc-sufficient children generally do not exhibit anything more than mild symptoms when exposed to infectious diseases or vaccine-delivered viruses and bacteria and should therefore undergo a regimen of zinc supplementation prior to vaccination to ensure adequate development of antibodies. Unvaccinated children should be placed on every-day zinc supplementation regimen to ensure they develop adequate antibodies when exposed naturally to infectious diseases.

    The fact that zinc-adequate children will likely experience only mild symptoms when exposed to infectious diseases naturally spread in the population suggests zinc supplementation could replace vaccination regimens entirely. My report along with a printable brochure on how to provide zinc to children prior to vaccination is available at www.beyondvaccines.com

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