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United States mortality rate from measles, scarlet fever, typhoid, whooping cough, and diphtheria from 1900-1965
This graph shows the decline in five infectious diseases from 1900 up until 1965, also indicating the years when various vaccines were introduced into public use.


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Left by: Anonymous on Dec. 14, 2007
Subject: You Guys
Are So Good At Making Graphs, I Hope That I Can Be Like You Guys One Day. Keep Up The Good Work And I Look Forward To Seeing More Graphs From You In The Near Future. :)Peace And Love. -HealthyMan769
Left by: Anonymous on Dec. 7, 2007
Subject: Anonymous
Keep up the good work that you are doing, the improvement in nutrition for the past 100 years is the reason for the reduction in these diseases, all we have to do now is get off of the latest craze of processed boxed, canned foods to overcome the next epidemic of poor health.
Left by: Anonymous on Dec. 3, 2007
Subject: Source Data
Can you let us download the numbers for this graph, perhaps in CSV format or a HTML table? That would be really helpful. Thanks.
Left by: Anonymous on Oct. 2, 2007
Subject: scarlet fever
i think what you have here is really good but i really wish you'd stay on topic. i also wish you would put more in about scarlet fever it would help a great deal.
Left by: Anonymous on Jul. 16, 2007
Subject: RE: Measles death rate
FYI, when the CDC quotes death rates from the measles, they're quoting WORLDWIDE figures (including 3rd-world countries without acces to medical care, clean water, or sewer systems). This graph shows only the US death rates.
Left by: Anonymous on Jul. 10, 2007
Subject:
Quote: ok at the graph at the CDC re: Measles: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vac-gen/6mishome.htm#Diseaseshadalready . The data on this graph is either incorrect or deliberately presented to be misleading. This same link given plenty of precise, original-information data refuting this graph, which I note here is presented without reference. END QUOTE Note that this graph is not death rate of measles. It is the incidence of infection. The death rate of measles had already declined significantly by the time of the vaccination's introduction. Likely due to the improvement and increased availability of health care.
Left by: Anonymous on Jul. 1, 2007
Subject:
this is informative but you should update it
Left by: Roman on Jun. 18, 2007
Subject: About the last comment
In the last comment – First, the specified graph from the CDC shows disease rates not death rates from the disease as this graph shows. Second, the references are stated on the graph itself – Vital Statistics of the United States from a number of years as well as the Historical Statistics of the United States – Colonial Tmies to 1970 Part 1.
Left by: Anonymous on Jun. 18, 2007
Subject: direct info from CDC
look at the graph at the CDC re: Measles: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vac-gen/6mishome.htm#Diseaseshadalready. The data on this graph is either incorrect or deliberately presented to be misleading. This same link given plenty of precise, original-information data refuting this graph, which I note here is presented without reference.
Left by: Anonymous on Jun. 12, 2007
Subject: allergies
To those who think that allergies are an effect of vaccinations: They have also found a link between allergies and a number of other factors (including lack of animals in houses growing up, antimicrobial soaps that are over-used, not getting children outside enough to be exposed to toxins, and general overcleanliness of many households). I have yet to see a study where they compared incidents of allergies (or any of the other things you mentioned) a side effect of vaccinations. Also, the high incident of allergies in many parts is a function of the air quality (which we all knows has deteriorated over the years) and climate (which fluctuates year to year).
Left by: Anonymous on Mar. 31, 2007
Subject: herd immunity
Herd immiunity "immunity that occurs when the vaccination of the a portion of the population (or herd) provides protection to un-vaccinated individuals." Then why do vaccinateable diseases often affect vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals in an outbreak? The graphs appear to show a uniform decrease in mortality rates for these diseases prior to vaccination programmes. These graphs only tell part of the story. How many people have died as a result of severe reaction to vaccines? How many people have been affected LONG TERM by vaccines with illness and death that is never attributed to the vaccine? (unreported complications)as opposed to how many people have actually died or crippled by the diseases themselves (all inadequately answered questions as fas as I am concerned) Why are serious allergies increasing exponentially, could it be that the immune system has been skewed to attack the wrong things in the body causing allergic reactions (ie Th1 and Th2 imbalance)
Left by: Anonymous on Mar. 14, 2007
Subject:
Have you people ever studied virology? Are you familiar with herd immunit?. Please be a little more educated before you deny a vaccination to your child that could endanger them or others.
Left by: Anonymous on Nov. 28, 2006
Subject: This article
There should be more years on it. Ptoohy
Left by: Anonymous on May. 24, 2006
Subject: Measles Death Rate
So, is the CDC basically LYING when it quotes death rates from Measles of 1:1000 to scare the public into vaccination with MMR? Everytime i read a report about a measles outbreak, there is a 1:500-1:1000 death rate. Example: 53,000 infected and 123 deaths. Does this death rate mean the measles virus is becoming more lethal (ie. adults & children). Or is it third world countries death rates they are quoting?
Left by: Roman on May. 23, 2006
Subject: Mortality rate declined
The quoted rate is not accurate. The mortality rate actually decreased over time. Another good graph to look at is http://www.healthsentinel.com/graphs.php?id=28&event=graphs_print_list_item Here you can see the mortality decreased from a high of 70.49 per 100,000 down to 0.11 per 100,000 in 1968 when the measles vaccine came into use.
Left by: Anonymous on May. 23, 2006
Subject: Measles Deaths
According to the chart the death per 100,000 for measles in 1963 was less than 5, but the CDC keeps quoting a death rate for measles of 1:1000 or 100:100,000. If this 1:1000 death rate is accurate, why is the death rate for Natural Measles in 2006, 3x higher than it was in 1906? Why is it 20x higher than in 1963?
Left by: Anonymous on May. 22, 2006
Subject: Please contact
We're sorry to hear about your loss - Anna's_Army. Could you please contact us at rbystrianyk@healthsentinel.com. Thank you.
Left by: Anonymous on May. 22, 2006
Subject: Anna's_Army
This chart will not include those who die from live vaccine injection, like my daughter, 10 days after MMR was administered. Deaths in this form now outweigh natural exposure to viruses.
Left by: Anonymous on Dec. 10, 2005
Subject: chart
This is great, but I would like to see the chart go back before the 1900.
Left by: Anonymous on Nov. 2, 2005
Subject: Immunization Scam
If you look at the mortality trends, it appears that MOST if not all of the decrease in mortality (for these diseases) in the US can be attributed to the constantly improving living conditions during the 20th century, not to widespread immunization. At the very least, the case for immunization has been wildly exaggerated.
Left by: Susan on Mar. 15, 2005
Subject: mortality vs. incidence
I wonder if mortality might reflect the treatment that was employed for various illnesses. For example, when measles mortality was high, were the victims treated in some way? I do not remember any treatment for measles when I had it as a child.
Left by: Anonymous on Mar. 3, 2005
Subject: Current pandemics
Your charts are great! Please consider one that includes the increase in issues like autism and asthma along with typical infectious diseases.
Left by: Anonymous on Feb. 23, 2005
Subject: measels deaths
I'd be interested in a graph which shows measles deaths BEFORE 1900.
Left by: Anonymous on Dec. 1, 2004
Subject:
It's a great display of information! I just wish it included smallpox...
Left by: Anonymous on Nov. 29, 2004
Subject:
this is an excellent presentation of the information thanks!
Left by: Anonymous on Nov. 3, 2004
Subject:
I wish the US government would educate their doctors and the general public on how vaccines did NOT heal America.
Left by: Anonymous on Sep. 15, 2004
Subject:
this is really helpful. It would be improved if you could put some pictures on it eg dying people
Left by: Anonymous on Sep. 15, 2004
Subject:
this is really sad
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