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Epidemiologist Confirms Serious Outbreak of Chicken Pox, 97 Percent Who Were Vaccinated

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Dec 11, 2012 by DAVE MIHALOVIC
Epidemiologist Confirms Serious Outbreak of Chicken Pox, 97 Percent Who Were Vaccinated


A county in the western part of Indiana is the site of the nation's largest current chickenpox outbreak, according to news reports. An epidemiologist has confirmed that out of the cases analyzed, 97 percent of the children were vaccinated.

Vigo County
 has now seen over 84 cases of the varicella-zoster virus (chicken pox) -- marked by itchy blisters on the body, fever, stomach ache and headache -- since September and the count is currently well over 100.

"Vigo County usually has less than 10 cases a year; however, since the end of September, Vigo County has reported 84 cases which would meet the definition of anunusual occurrence of disease," Dr. Joan Duwve, M.D., of the Indiana State Department of Health, told the Tribune-Star. "Prompt identification, investigation and control of chickenpox outbreaks are important. Even mild cases can be contagious."

To cover-up the wild increase for the disease, public health officials are blaming one unvaccinated child as the cause despite 97 percent of vaccinated children contracting chicken pox. More than 85 percent of those vaccinated received FULL VACCINATIONS.

The Indiana Coalition for Vaccination Choice reported on their Facebook page:

Placed another call to the Indiana State Department of Health. Was able to reach the epidemiologist working the chicken pox outbreak. There are a total of 92 cases so far. Only 3 were never vaccinated. 10 had received one vaccine and 79 were fully vaccinated. They are seeing fewer lesions in the fully vaccinated. Zero deaths. Possibly one hospitalization but not sure off the top of their head. Zero complications from chicken pox. We were told that only one chicken pox vaccine was supposed to provide lifelong immunity but this did not turn out to be the case. A booster was added and yet we are seeing a very high rate of fully vaccinated children contracting chicken pox. We asked if another booster will be mandated and told possibly. We asked about vaccine failures and were told this is not vaccine failure because the severity of lesions in the fully vaccinated was less than if never vaccinated and that no vaccine is 100% effective. We were told that if vaccines save one life they are worth it. We asked how many children died from chicken pox before the vaccine. This epidemiologist was unsure.

It's just another example how vaccines fail the population. Why would any person agree to an injection of harmful chemicals for a claimed preventive measure that DOES NOT EVEN WORK? 

Vaccinated populations contract some of the highest rates of disease and more evidence on whooping cough is coming forward to support this claim. Whooping cough, or pertussis, is spreading across the entire US at rates at least twice as high as those recorded in 2011 and epidemiologists and health officials are even admitting that the vaccines may be the cause.

Jane Seward of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia previously commented on case where an outbreak in 23 children also began with a child who had been vaccinated, contradicting the belief that such ''breakthrough'' cases are not contagious, Seward noted. 

Seward said she cannot yet explain why the vaccine may have been ineffective in specific groups of youngsters. "We'd like to really understand what factors came together to produce it," Seward added. "We're not dismissing it."

The researchers evaluated an outbreak of chickenpox in New Hampshire. A total of 88 parents returned a questionnaire that aimed to gauge prior chickenpox illness and vaccination among the children. In all, 25 children came down with chickenpox between December 2000 and January 2001. The researchers sourced the outbreak to a 4-year-old child who had been vaccinated for chickenpox 3 years prior to contracting the illness.

The child infected about half of his classmates who had no prior history of chickenpox infection. At the time of the outbreak, roughly 73% of kids old enough for chickenpox vaccine had received it, the report indicated.

During an outbreak of chickenpox in Minnesota in the fall of 2002, more than half the children who became infected had been vaccinated with the varicella vaccine.

Dr. Brian R. Lee, at the Minnesota Department of Health in Minneapolis, and his colleagues investigated the outbreak that involved 55 children among 319 attending an elementary school in northern Minnesota.

According to the team's report in the Journal of infectious Diseases, 29 of the affected children had been vaccinated. The primary case in the outbreak was a vaccinated 6-year-old boy. 

Chicken pox vaccine is produced in lung tissue obtained from two surgically aborted human fetuses (Exp. Cell Res. 37:614-636, 1965; Nature 227:168-170, 1970). Merck's own literature states the vaccine contains "residual components" of fetal lung cells. Informed consent, a basic tenet of ethical medical practice, dictates that citizens should have a choice whether or not they are injected with another person's body cells. [Or anything else.]

Vitamin D and UV Rays Inactivate The Virus 

The American Academy of Pediatrics, a major supporter of mandatory chicken pox and other vaccine mandates never admit to the fact that ultraviolet rays and vitamin D help prevent the spread of chickenpox, meaning people in milder climates are more at risk of catching the disease.

Vaccine manufacturers, namely Merck, who conjure up the pseudoscientific and fraudulent data on chicken pox vaccines will stop at nothing to prevent the public from knowing the truth. The American Academy of Pediatrics shares incestuous financial ties with Merck, and hence it is also in their best interest to fabricate data on the actual causes of the virus.

It has long been known that vitamin D and UV rays from the sun can inactivate viruses. However, virologist Dr Phil Rice believes his findings indicate that UV rays could inactivate the varicella-zoster virus -- the herpes virus responsible for chickenpox and shingles -- on the skin before it transmits to another person. This explains why there is less transmission in the tropics, where chickenpox is much less frequent than in temperate countries. It would also explain why chickenpox peaks in temperate zones -- where it is seasonal -- in winter and spring, when UV rays are lowest.

Previously, it was thought that geographical differences in chickenpox incidence were related to heat, humidity, population density, or infection with other viruses that protect against it. The new data puts perspective on what actually prevents chicken pox from spreading and it has nothing to do with a vaccine.

The claim by public health officials is that 90% of children who are not vaccinated for chickenpox will get it by the time they are twelve. However, studies have demonstrated that the virus remains dormant in the body of those who are vaccinated and can become active again later on. Other studies show that the frequency and incidence are regardless of vaccination rates as those vaccinated still contract the virus and all its symptoms.

Dr Rice examined data from 25 studies on varicella-zoster virus prevalence patterns in both temperate and tropical areas across the globe. He plotted the data against a range of climatic factors, to examine what might be the most likely causes of increased prevalence. The data showed that -- once other factors were ruled out -- UV rays were the only factor to match the infection patterns in each country studied.

Dr Rice, whose study has been published in Virology Journal, said: "No one had considered UV as a factor before, but when I looked at the epidemiological studies they showed a good correlation between global latitude and the presence of the virus.

While providing lifelong immunity, chicken pox disease [not vaccine] carries a very low risk of complications and death. Writing in the British medical journal, the Lancet (343: 1363, 1994), a voice of reason, Dr. Arthur Lavin, Department of Pediatrics, St. Luke's Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, presented concerns that "argue strongly against the licensure of varicella vaccine for healthy children." Lavin asserted: "[Chicken pox] is not major in the sense of disease mortality or morbidity. Therefore, if healthy children were fully vaccinated it is unclear in what significant way the health of the children or the economic health of their families would be improved."

The research and current evidence from the cases in Indiana further lends credence to why chicken pox vaccines are redundant for populations in both temperate and tropical climates. Not only are they statistically ineffective, but they further depress the immune system through a full range of complement preservatives and other toxins which only make vaccinated populations much more susceptible to viruses and other childhood diseases such as chicken pox. These are diseases which simply must run their course to guarantee natural immunity for life.

The vaccine industry has corrupted government policy. It's about time lawmakers say "no" to drug company lobbyists and "yes" to informed consent.

Dave Mihalovic is a Naturopathic Doctor who specializes in vaccine research, cancer prevention and a natural approach to treatment.

Sources:
huffingtonpost.com
facebook.com
vaccinationnews.com
wellbeingjournal.com
oxfordjournals.org
sciencedaily.com
mercola.com

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Fields456
by Member on Dec. 12, 2012 at 6:54 PM
Wait more proof vaccines suck and don't help your immune system. No way !

I wish some kid near us would get them so I can expose my kids
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rachelrothchild
by Bronze Member on Dec. 12, 2012 at 8:37 PM

I just read about this, and people still don't believe it.

momma_gig
by Member on Dec. 12, 2012 at 10:58 PM

This makes me want to smack my face against the computer screen repeatedly. Why do people buy into this BS?! They can't possibly believe it. They have to be in denial or turning a blind eye to it so they don't have to think for themselves.  

emmy526
by New Owner on Dec. 13, 2012 at 6:16 AM

and there is a whole segment of society that does believe it, and those are ones (esp on some Cm groups) that seem to have a problem with being told the truth...even by the CDC, these parents don't believe it when it's in black and white in their face.  And when their child has an obvious adverse reaction to a vaccine, their dr is the first one they believe when they're told the change in the child had nothing to do with the vaccine, he/she was like that already, it just didn't show up yet.  

Quoting momma_gig:

This makes me want to smack my face against the computer screen repeatedly. Why do people buy into this BS?! They can't possibly believe it. They have to be in denial or turning a blind eye to it so they don't have to think for themselves.  


momma_gig
by Member on Dec. 13, 2012 at 12:37 PM

Oh I know. I've printed out multiple sheets to show my family and they say that my sources aren't "reliable". But they'll believe the news. SMH. I got deleted by a "friend" on Facebook not too long ago over this. She was bad mouthing parents who don't vax and I posted about 3 or 4 websites that mention the CDC acknowledging that vaccines today don't work. She replied back with a bunch of BS articles full of scare tactics to get parents to vaccinate. People can be so ignorant. 

Quoting emmy526:

and there is a whole segment of society that does believe it, and those are ones (esp on some Cm groups) that seem to have a problem with being told the truth...even by the CDC, these parents don't believe it when it's in black and white in their face.  And when their child has an obvious adverse reaction to a vaccine, their dr is the first one they believe when they're told the change in the child had nothing to do with the vaccine, he/she was like that already, it just didn't show up yet.  

Quoting momma_gig:

This makes me want to smack my face against the computer screen repeatedly. Why do people buy into this BS?! They can't possibly believe it. They have to be in denial or turning a blind eye to it so they don't have to think for themselves.  



levsenmommy
by Member on Dec. 13, 2012 at 9:08 PM

This is my county.  My son is "excluded" from his school for at least 21 days.  Every confirmed case in his school tacks on another 21 days.  They are doing mass vaccine clinics not even realizing they are probably making the whole thing worse!  They have 3 year olds getting their 2nd shot even though it isn't due until they are 4yr-6yr. 

The local health dept told me that they don't know why majority of the fully vaccinated are getting it other than they don't have numbers for the ones who are homeschooled.  She said it is so strange and they are taking it day by day.  Basically they don't have a clue how to handle this.  Sounds like my unvaccinated child is not as much of a risk as the fully vaxed kids, yet he's the one missing out on his education.

I have yet to know anyone who has gotten it.  I'd love to have my son get them and get them over with.

emmy526
by New Owner on Dec. 13, 2012 at 9:45 PM

wow....please keep us updated

Quoting levsenmommy:

This is my county.  My son is "excluded" from his school for at least 21 days.  Every confirmed case in his school tacks on another 21 days.  They are doing mass vaccine clinics not even realizing they are probably making the whole thing worse!  They have 3 year olds getting their 2nd shot even though it isn't due until they are 4yr-6yr. 

The local health dept told me that they don't know why majority of the fully vaccinated are getting it other than they don't have numbers for the ones who are homeschooled.  She said it is so strange and they are taking it day by day.  Basically they don't have a clue how to handle this.  Sounds like my unvaccinated child is not as much of a risk as the fully vaxed kids, yet he's the one missing out on his education.

I have yet to know anyone who has gotten it.  I'd love to have my son get them and get them over with.


levsenmommy
by Member on Dec. 13, 2012 at 10:01 PM

Since our whole county is under "outbreak" if a school has one confirmed case, everyone who is not up to date or doesn't have appropriate documentation has to be excluded at least 21 days.  Before the county went under outbreak, it was 5 cases and then exclusion was enforced.  One of the elementary's just had their excluded students come back and another case was confirmed 2 days later in that school so those children are excluded again for 21 days.

One parent's son went for his 2nd and because his first was given 4 days before his 1st birthday, he had to get two shots.  They said the first didn't count even though our school immunization policy has a 4 day grace period.  Yet, they are making the 3 year olds get their booster 6+ MONTHS early. 

I keep getting scolded that I should just get my son vaccinated so he doesn't miss school.  I tell those people that I can not justify giving him a vaccine that obviously is not working for this round of Chicken Pox.

emmy526
by New Owner on Dec. 14, 2012 at 6:15 AM

My husband was totally appalled when i told him of this...he wanted to know what the purpose was  of keeping YOUR child home, since if he were to actually go to school, he would catch pox, and thus have immunity.   He was also scratching his head over the fact that they would actually do this, and repeatedly shoot up children with a live virus, perpetuating the problem.   I think we nonvaccinating parents need to band together across the country to make changes to the school exclusion issue, as it is clearly NOT our kids who are bringing these diseases into schools.

emmy526
by New Owner on Dec. 14, 2012 at 6:19 AM

is there any way to have your son play with someone who has them? that way, he'd get immunity and not be excluded from school anymore. 

Quoting levsenmommy:

Since our whole county is under "outbreak" if a school has one confirmed case, everyone who is not up to date or doesn't have appropriate documentation has to be excluded at least 21 days.  Before the county went under outbreak, it was 5 cases and then exclusion was enforced.  One of the elementary's just had their excluded students come back and another case was confirmed 2 days later in that school so those children are excluded again for 21 days.

One parent's son went for his 2nd and because his first was given 4 days before his 1st birthday, he had to get two shots.  They said the first didn't count even though our school immunization policy has a 4 day grace period.  Yet, they are making the 3 year olds get their booster 6+ MONTHS early. 

I keep getting scolded that I should just get my son vaccinated so he doesn't miss school.  I tell those people that I can not justify giving him a vaccine that obviously is not working for this round of Chicken Pox.


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