Do vaccines impact long-term health?

Woman receiving a vaccine

Whether or not vaccines impact long-term health is such a pertinent question given our current situation!  An interesting study was published in November 2020, comparing the frequency of consultations with a GP by vaccinated and unvaccinated children from birth to the age of ten. The results of this study are highly relevant considering our current predicament.

Is there a simple answer to the dreaded V question?

One of the issues with vaccinations is that of individual responses, which in rare cases can be fatal to no response at all, and everything in between. There are very few studies on the long-term, non-specific effects of our health care programs on health generally.  What studies have been carried out comparing vaccinated children to children who have never been vaccinated have been rather small. Vaccine studies funded by the pharmaceutical industry typically find no evidence of harm but independent studies often find harm. Sounds familiar? The same occurs with regards to electromagnetic fields and health.  If studies are funded by the telecoms industry evidence of harm is found in 28% of studies. If independently funded then evidence of harm is found in 70% of cases (or 89% of studies if oxidative stress is included)!

How was the study conducted?

This study looked at blinded data from 3324 children.  Of these children 2763 received between 1 to 40 vaccines and 561 received no vaccines at all. The participants all attended the same GP practice in the USA. Out of the vaccinated children 25% had a family history of autoimmunity whereas in the unvaccinated the prevalence was 31%.

What were the results?

There were many more GP visits for allergies, asthma, sinus issues and breathing issues the greater the number of vaccines received.
There were no cases of ADHD and behavioral issues in the unvaccinated group.  Even when compared to the children who received the fewest vaccines there was a significant difference in ADHD prevalence.
Ear pain and eye disorders (including conjunctivitis) significantly increased with the number of vaccines as did eczema but fewer cases of dermatitis and urticarial (rashes) were noted in the vaccinated group.
In the unvaccinated group, there were significantly fewer children with gastroenteritis compared to the vaccinated children.  There were also far fewer children suffering with respiratory infections. Seizures and weight disorder increased with the number of vaccines.
Another area where there is a significant difference is in the incidence of anemia. A reason for this may be that aluminum (used as an adjuvent in most vaccines) is known to bind to transferrin thereby contributing to increased risk of iron deficiency.

So it’s not looking good for health to be vaccinated so far.

So what about the conditions vaccines are protecting us from?

There were significantly more cases of pertussis (whooping cough) in fact a 9-fold increase, and almost a 4-fold increase in varicella (chicken pox) in the unvaccinated but no cases of hepatitis, diphtheria, measles, meningitis, mumps, pneumonia, tetanus, rotavirus or rubella in either group. What would a much bigger study have shown us, I wonder?

What was the conclusion?

This was a very thorough study, which looked at numerous confounding factors and different ways of considering the results in order to cross check them. The conclusion is very clear and states that we should identity a safer vaccine schedule and safer adjuvants. In its’ conclusion, the paper also recommends to “reduce autoimmunity risk by removing unsafe epitopes – peptide sequences from pathogens or human cell line remnants in vaccines that match human proteins in sequence or structure from any tissue” and that this would seem “expeditious, kind and wise.”
Our latest vaccine most certainly doesn’t fit this criteria.

I seems to me to be once again all a matter of balance.

If you would like to view the study go to:

Ref: Relative Incidence of Office Visits and Cumulative Rates of Billed Diagnoses Along the Axis of Vaccination. Lyons-Weiler and Thomas, 2020. Int. J. of Environ. Res.

Woman receiving a vaccine
A woman receiving a vaccine