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FIGURE SETL

Natural Infectious Disease Declines Preceding Public Immunization Efforts

Figures one (1) through eleven (I I) graphically illustrate that in North America, Europe, and the South Pacific, m.ajor declines in life-threatening infectious diseases occurred historically either without, or far in advance of public immunization efforts for specific diseases as listed. This provides irrefutable evidence that vaccines are not necessary for the effective elimination of a wide range of infectious diseases

FIGURE 1 - CANADA TUBERCULOSIS MORTAL~rv RATES,PER 100,000

FIGURE 4 - USA MEAN ANNUAL PERTUSSIS MORTALIT.Y. RATES P.ER 100,000 (1218-1960)

FIGURE 5 - USA MEAN ANNUAL SCARLET FEVER MORTALITY RATES P'ER 100,000 (1910-1958)

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FIGURE 9 - ENGLAND & WALES, MEAN ANNUAL MEASLES MORTALITY CASES

FIGURE 11 - NEW ZEALAND TUBERCULOSIS DEAlIH RATES P.ER MILLION (1880- 960)

FIGURE SET H ..

Immunization Effectiveness

Figures eleven (12) through twenty-four (24) graphically illustrate that irnrnunizarionis not by any means a prove·1l and foolproofmeasure for protection from various infectious disease conditions. It is often inconsequential 'epidemiologically, and ill some' cases it is shown to actually worsen heal th-care outcomes.

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Effective

Source: Cochrane Collaboration Database of Systematic Reviews, (.John Wil.ey & Sons, Ltd.) 2006 (1) Article No. CDIl04879 - Covers 51 Studies on 260,0(}(} children

Httleol'Xo EWecti"eness

Source: Cochrane, Cnllabnrarinu Database IIf Systematic Reviews, (John Wiley & Suns, Ltd.) 2!}I)6 (3) Article No. C 001)487 6~· Covers 64 Studies, over 41J} years of lnfuenza vaccination and see: http://n'ww.bmj.com/cgi/contenM'uIlJ33317574J912

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Source: Randomised controlled trial. 01' single BeG, repeated BCG, or combined BCG and killed Mycobacterium leprae vaccine for prevention of leprosy and tuberculosis in Malawi; The Lancet, Volume 34&, Issue 9019, Pages 17 - 24, 6 July 1996

0%

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Source: Double blind randomized eontrelled trial of BCG's effectiveness on 250,OOIJ subjects Tuberculosis Research Centre (lCMR}, Chennai, India: Indian Journal of Medical Research, 110, August 1999, pp, 56-69.

Source: Center for Disease Control, MM\"IR 55 (20); May 26, 2006; pp. 559-63 ..

-92% Vaccinated

8% Unvaccinated

Source: Pediatrics ~ Vol. 113; No .. 3; pp. 455~459; (1004)

-97% Vaccinated

3% Unvaccinated

Source: N.Z. Miller; V,-,:cdl1eSaicry Manual;

N.A. Press, Sante Fe, New Mexico; p.140; (:2:008) (Refers to CDC &: Official Surveillance data)

-90% Vaccinated

10% Unvaccinated

Source: New England J011rnal of Medicine - Vol 316; No .. [3; pp. 771-774; (1987)

-99% Vaccinated

1% Unvaccinated

FIGURE SET III.

Immunization Dangers

Figures twenty-five (25) through thirty three (33) graphically illustrate that increases in the number of governmental mandated vaccines correlates with significant increases in death rates for children under the age of five (5); and that the practice is linked to sudden infant death syndrome; various degenerative diseases, including diabetes; and appears to cause general immune system impairment in infants and children. Evidence also points to the practice of immunization as a principal factor in the recent massive increases in neurodegenerative conditions such as autism in children.

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2/3 of lO3 infants had been vaccinated with pertussis prior to death which 65% within I2 hours; 13% within 24 hours; 26% within 3 days; 37%, 61 % &: 70% within l, 2, &: 3 weeks respectively. Source: Torch VI., Neurology - 32 (4 - Pt. 2) A, 1982, pp. 169-170.

I FIGURE 28 - MEASLES VACCINE & INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASES

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Source.The Lancet - Vol. 345; 8957; 1995, pp. 1062-1063.

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A\rerage Incidence Fit·st Fhre (5) yeaes of Life Nederlands Vereniging Kritisch Prikken 2004 Survey Findings

Ear Infections

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I FIGURE 29

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Absolute Incidence N = 543 Nederlands Vereniging Kritisch Prikken 2004 Survey Findings

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FIGURE 31

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Incidence - Insulin Dependant Diabetes Mellitu FIGURE 32 Percenta - Pertussis Immunization Coverage Source:Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology Il;r Metabolism, 16, pp, 495-508; (20m)

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Autism In Japan vs MMR & Measles Vaccination Uptake by birth cohort 1985 -1996

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http://childhealthsafery,wordpress ,corn/2009/06/03/j apvaxauti sml Figure based on: Kihei Terada et. al.: Alterations in epidemics and vaccination for measles during a 20 year period and a strategy for elimination in Kurashiki City, Japan; Kawasaki Medical School :W02 Mar; 76 (3):pp. 180·.-4. Correlated with: H. Honda d. a[,; No effect of MMR withdrawal on the incidence of autism: a total population study; Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry; June 2005 (6); pp.572.579

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