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Do Vaccines Really Work-the Discrepancy in the Decline of Polio

 

History of the vaccine

In May of 1954  the U.S. Public Health Service and the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis claimed they would wipe out polio by the following year.  The Medical Director of the US Public Health admitted that several thousand individuals, mostly children, received "subcutaneous and intracutaneous injections of treated poliomyelitis virus with high fatality”.  He makes mention that twenty days of receiving the experimental vaccine, there were 20 cases and six deaths.

Reports to the USPHS (from State and City Health Departments), to the press and to the public are difficult to match up.  While Salk was estimating a decrease of 17%, remarks from other sources were claiming a 52% decrease.

State or City

Health Department

1954 1955
New York City 205 (reported in August) 377 (reported in August)
New York City 804 795
Massachusetts 1,015 3,863
Boston news papers for Massachuesetts 273 2,027

The US government reported in June of 1955 that all sections of the country had a rise in polio cases since April of 1954.  The children that received the vaccine from Wyeth suffered more than they had anticipated in adverse reactions adding hundreds of new cases.  The case numbers were at their highest in five years. 

 

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Thomas Francis Jr.

American microbiologist. While working at the New York University School of Medicine Francis isolated the influenza A (1934) and B (1940) viruses.

Dr. Thomas Francis failed to mention in his evaluation of the 1954 Salk field trials that those who contracted polio after one inoculation and before a second inoculation were placed in the list of "not-inoculated".  (Back in Paris, French scientist, LePine, was reported in New York Times as having said that one vaccination was all that was needed for prevention of polio). 

During a 1954 trial only volunteers were inoculated, yet the control groups included individuals who hadn't even volunteered themselves or their children.   This resulted in complex variables in the trial. The "field trials" supposedly  listed only second graders inoculated, and 1st and 3rd graders were used as "controls".   Susceptibility to polio (or toxicity) can be highly variable between the ages of 6, 7 and 8 which made proof of success difficult. 

The trials were only conducted one year and authorities convinced the public into believing that it was a success in prevention. However, in the years to come, one year is clearly not long enough to safely make such a claim.

A large vaccine trial in 1955 showed a total failure of the Salk vaccine to protect against poliomyelitis.  This is the year that polio was supposed to be wiped out in the USA.

In 1955 the Francis Field Trials were organized by Dr. Thomas Francis which involved 1,829,916 children. They discovered large numbers of children contracted polio after receiving the vaccine. Instead of removing the vaccine from the market, they decided to exclude from the statistics all cases of polio that occurred within 30 days after vaccination labeling such  cases as "pre-existing".  (There was no scientific basis for such disregard to the vaccine induced infection).  None the less, they proceeded, on April 12th to announce the vaccine as effective and worked vigorously for it's quick approval.   Large scale vaccination also began April 12, 1955. The targeted age group was 6-9 years 

The Cutter Laboratory (now called Mebsap Pharmaceutical) disaster, in California, was discovered 13 days later, April 25, 1955. There were seventy-nine documented polio cases from the vaccine. There were 204 polio cases with 11 deaths total out of the approximately 423,000 persons inoculated with Cutter's Salk vaccine.  For almost all of these companies, that there were a greater number of cases in the vaccinated than in the unvaccinated group.   The United States Public Health Services investigated all the companies making the Cutter vaccine and found that some of the lots contained live virulent viruses.  In other words, the viruses were not being successfully inactivated by the formaldehyde. April 27, 1955, Surgeon General called Cutter Laboratories for a recall of its vaccines.

May 7, 1955 the program was halted while a “committee of scientists developed revamped viral inactivation and safety testing procedures and reviewed protocols so as to provide a consistently safe product.”  This according to the FDA.  Supposedly another filtration step was added.    However, unbiased reporting from the Milwaukee Journal of the AMA convention in Atlanta, that same month reveals that there was a lot of secrecy.  It was apparently already known, but kept secret by the USPHS before the field trials, that the Salk vaccines were already found to be dangerous.   The policy of secrecy was to serve only the USPHS   and the pharmaceutical industry who had already invested in the production and looking to make a substantial amount of profit.  The USPHS's advisory group was made up almost entirely of scientists getting paid from the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.    The NFIP already knew the dangers of the Salk vaccines but insisted the program of experimentation continue.  If doctors  were to know something was amiss with the vaccination program, the only hint was a tip off from one of the scientists that it was dangerous.  Approximately 5,394,000 individuals were inoculated in 1955.  

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The American Public Health Services announced June 23rd of 1955, “168 confirmed cases of poliomyelitis among the vaccinated, with six deaths…how many vaccinated children will eventually be reported as developing the disease is as yet unknown.”

“The interval between inoculation and the first sign of paralysis ranged from 5 to 20 days and in a large proportion of cases it started in the limb of the injection.   Another feature of the tragedy was that the numbers developing polio were far greater than would have been expected had no inoculations been given.  In fact in the state of Idaho," according to a statement by Dr. Carl Eklund, one of the Government’s chief virus authorities, "polio struck only vaccinated children in areas where there had been no cases of polio since the preceding autumn; in 9 out of 10 cases the paralysis occurred in the arms in which the vaccine had been injected.”

“We have lost confidence in the Salk Vaccine…hold the vaccine, together with the instructions for its manufacturer directly responsible for the outbreak of polio and the deaths that had occurred.”-Mr. Peterson, State Health Director of Idaho.

The Cutter Laboratory had over a million dollars worth of vaccines and they weren’t about to loose out on that potential profit.  Five other laboratories had eight million dollars worth of the vaccine from which were also being reported every day. The deaths reports from the vaccine were halted without explanation.   “I am informed by someone who works in a newspaper office that much of the bad news concerning the results of the Salk Program is being censored and deleted out of the news to keep people complacent and acquiescent.”-Defender Magazine

Money and Secrecy Keeps the Hoax Alive.  Through the March of Dimes, the NFIP collected 47 million dollars in 1956.    Unsuspecting men, women and children were stationed at various public locations asking for donations for "the cause."  Women rang on door bells for the "Mother's March on Polio".  Then in 1956 approximately 25 million Americans were inoculated.  Amazingly enough, states got wise and saw the Salk vaccine failure for what it really was.  The San Francisco Chronicle reported that the demand for the vaccine went down to nearly zero.    The rest of the western states were decreasing their demand for the vaccine substantially as well.  In 1957 approximately, 31 million three hundred thousand Americans were inoculated. 

In 1958 mass vaccination of 15,700,000 Americans resulted in a horrific increase in polio, the highest being 700% in Ottawa, Canada. The highest incidence in the USA occurred in the states that had been induced to adopt compulsory polio shots. 47% of the diagnosed polio cases in the Detroit epidemic were found to have been inoculated at least once, 34% at least twice, 22% at least thrice. Non-white cases had been found vaccinated 54% as much as white cases.  However, according to the CDC's Polio Packet, non-white to white paralytic case incidence was 18 to 1, or 1800%

“The epidemic was the second worst in Detroit history. Paralytic cases were 18 times more frequent among non-whites...”

During a 1959 epidemic in Massachusetts, 77.5% of the paralytic cases had received three or more doses of the inactivated vaccine.  Some doctors and scientists on the staff of the National Institute of Health during the 1950's stated the vaccine was "worthless as a preventative and dangerous to take".

In 1962 there were only 900 reported cases.  However, there was knowledge of under reporting easily taking the numbers up in the thousands.  Twenty percent of those children had received between two to five doses of the inactivated vaccine and also managed to be paralyzed by the wild type virus.  So, it was well-known in the American medical arena that the vaccine was causing paralysis.  33,300 total cases of polio and 33 cases of paralytic polio in 1950 led to 9 deaths.  AFTER the Salk Vaccine had been widely implemented in 1960, paralytic polio cases increased 80 fold to 2,525.

The failure of the Salk vaccine was not to be admitted in full.  State and City health authorities could not bare the idea of loosing the public's trust.  Something had to be done to save face.  There is a slight admission that the Salk vaccines were not as successful as they had hoped and so something else had to be concocted.  To keep the "hope" alive that science can eradicate a disease that takes so many lives and leaves thousands paralyzed, something was needed to replace the disastrous Salk vaccines.   Something that would keep the vaccines in the market and keep the public fooled.   Science intended to continue profiting at whatever cost to the public.

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"Official data shows that large scale vaccination has failed to obtain any significant improvement of the diseases against which they were supposed to provide protection"-Albert Bruce Sabin

Albert Sabin’s oral vaccine was licensed in 1962 and endorsed by the American Medical Association.   The most significant drawback of the Sabin vaccine was its potential for infection from the live virus.   By 1963 70,000,000 people in the United States had taken the vaccine. By 1970, many new cases of the disease were caused by the live virus in the Sabin vaccine itself.    Not being fully aware of the failures of the Salk vaccine, many countries, including Sweden, favored the use of the Salk vaccine.

The Sabin oral polio vaccine was documented to inflicted paralytic polio approximately 10 people annually.  Victims of the vaccine got smart and took their claims to court.   Their wins in the courtroom resulted in making the public aware of the faulty vaccine.  Manufacturers started dropping out of the market or lobbied for government protection.   Physicians became afraid of administering a potentially deadly vaccine.    Despite these blows, the easy oral administration of the Sabin vaccine accompanied by the die hard marketing by the government, pharmaceutical cartel and physicians is what kept it on the market.   

The oral poliovirus vaccine (OPV) circulated in Egypt during the 1980s and early 1990s and caused widespread infection and paralytic disease.  During 2000, circulation of type 1 vaccine-derived poliovirus in the Dominican Republic and Haiti was associated with  suspected polio cases.

“…genetic exchanges with wild poliovirus and perhaps with nonpoliovirus enteroviruses, are also a natural means of evolution for poliovirus vaccine strains.”

There is far too much evidence that cases of polio increased AFTER mass inoculation.  The United States Center for Disease Control (CDC) admitted  the vaccine has become the dominant cause of polio in the US today, with 87% of cases between 1973 and 1983 were due to the vaccine. 1980-1989, every case of polio in the US was caused by the vaccine.

What scientists and physicians have been witnessing for decades is that they have the ability to cause Poliomyelitis with serum which are essentially protein poisons with absolutely no ability to control it.  There is a serious lack of evidence that viruses cause polio or that they exist even outside of the body and attack from there. Where polio vaccination programs have been instituted worldwide, reported polio infections show a 700% increase as a result of compulsory vaccination.

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Auditorium used as a mass inoculation center with Sabin's oral vaccine

Fraudulent Diagnosis of Infection and Paralysis Following Inoculation

Shedding more light on the manipulated numbers:  “No case was considered as immunized unless it had received two shots of the vaccine.  This means that a child developing poliomyelitis after the first inoculation and before the second one would automatically be placed in the uninoculated class.”  They were not considered a Salk vaccine casualty even though they died of the vaccine.

There was an attempt to hide the rise in paralysis occurred after 1955, when viral analysis of virus infection and aseptic meningitis made them distinguishable from paralytic poliomyelitis. Had they been counted together as a single "polio" disease, it would have shown that paralytic polio increased nationally about 50% from 1957 to 1958, and about 80% from 1958 to 1959—two years into the Salk vaccination campaign. In addition, there were actually 170 other diseases with "polio-like" symptoms, with names such as, spinal meningitis, inhibitory palsy, epidemic cholera, cholera morbus, ergotism, famine fever, billious remittent fever, spinal apoplexy, scurvy, berri-berri, pellagra, acidosis, etc. Each were very likely classified as "polio" prior to 1955 and after 1955.

 NON-paralytic polio also acquired a new name. It wasn't until the mid-1950's that new laboratory techniques of culturing viruses could distinguish polio from aseptic meningitis. Before 1960, not a single case of "aseptic meningitis" was reported. Then, it was called (non-paralytic) "polio", and nationally totaled 70,083 between 1951 and 1960. From 1961 to 1992, there had been 220,365 cases of aseptic meningitis. There were only 589 cases of non-paralytic polio from 1961 to 1982. Not a single case has been reported since. New guide lines for diagnosis were issued by the CDC.   Polio without immunization history was considered polio.  Polio with immunization history was considered aseptic meningitis. Non-paralytic polio may have "disappeared". But thousands of children still experience the same symptoms as non-paralytic polio every year. 

Fraudulent diagnosis influenced China  in 1971. After mass vaccination in China, by influence, diagnosis of Chinese Paralytic Syndrome went down while the diagnosis and report of Guillaine Barre Syndrome increased ten fold.  Cases caused by oral polio vaccination in Latin America in 1985-1991 were reclassified as flaccid paralysis.      

Many neurologists are calling Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) "Myalgic Encephalomyelitis."  In further detail: "myalgic," which means muscle; "encephalo," which means brain; and "myelitis," which means inflammation of the covering of the nerves.   Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can only be explained as the “modern from” of Poliomyelitis.  Better known as Polio.  In 1997 it was acknowledged that Myalgic Encphalomyelitis or CFS was the largest cause of long-term sickness leading to school absence amongst students and staff.   Viral infection has been to blame causing severe and chronic conditions.  Not only does the Journal of Clinical Pathology further admit that "...many affected children struggle for recognition of their needs, and are bullied by medical and educational professionals. Children should have time to recover sufficiently before returning to school, " but it also admits that enteroviruses (POLIO) trigger childhood myalgic encephalomyelitis.   According to the Wikipedia, other toxins named for causing CFS are mercury in amalgams, mercury in vaccines, solvents, herbicides, aspartame...etc.wpe48.jpg (27028 bytes)

The (presumed) decline in polio due to the Salk vaccine was also a workmanship of changed scientific rules of diagnosis.   Before 1954, the diagnosis of spinal paralytic poliomyelitis went with the World Health Organization definition: "Signs and symptoms of non-paralytic polio, with the addition of partial or complete paralysis of one or more muscle groups, detected on two examinations at least 24 hours apart." However, starting in 1955, the changes were made to favor the definition used in the failed 1954 Salk field trials: "Unless there is residual involvement (paralysis) at least 60 days after onset, a case of poliomyelitis is not considered paralytic." Laboratory confirmation was possible after 1955, but not required for diagnosis. More cases of paralysis had a chance to recover within 60 days.  Paralytic polio appeared to have decreased by 23,500 cases from 1955 to 1957. Yet, in reality, after 2 years of mass inoculation of the Salk vaccine, paralysis increased about 50% from 1957 to 1958, and about 80% from 1958 to 1959.

The Public Health Services also redefined a "polio epidemic". Before the introduction of the Salk vaccine, only 20 cases per 100,000 population was an "epidemic". Afterwards, it required 35 per 100,000 per year.

The Sabin vaccine continued to be a problem resulting in the halt of it’s administration in the United States. What was left on the shelves was used up and conveniently replaced with the inactivated intramuscular vaccine.  To prevent public outrage, CDC chose a rather subtle approach to the problem and were very careful with their choice of words in the explanation:

Until recently, the benefits of OPV use (i.e., intestinal immunity, secondary spread) outweighed the risk for vaccine-associated paralytic poliomyelitis (VAPP) (i.e., one case among 2.4 million vaccine doses distributed). In 1997, to decrease the risk for VAAP … ACIP recommended replacing the all-OPV schedule with a sequential schedule of IPV …ACIP recommended on June 17, 1999, an all-IPV schedule for routine childhood polio vaccination in the United States to eliminate the risk for VAPP.

CONTINUED FAILURE

As was the case in the beginnings of the vaccine, one should not be surprised that failures continue.  OPV viruses have been documented to shed for weeks after vaccination.  In 1996 a documented outbreak in Albania began after mass vaccination.  In 2001 polio associated paralysis was found to be caused by the oral polio (OPV) vaccine in the Philippines.  The documented victims were an 18 month old, three year old and an eight year old.  So, to address the problem a mass campaign was launched with none other than vaccination, the cause of the outbreak to begin with.  Instead of  intelligently and responsibly putting the blame on vaccination and putting a halt to it, the low vaccination coverage was said to be the cause.   To this day there is no scientific data to support the theory.  Paralytic polio cases in Haiti were also documented to be caused by vaccination. 

Polio vaccination campaigns were started in Thailand in 1990.  In 2003 an eighteen month toddler developed paralysis.  Prior to this incident he had received polio vaccinations starting at 2 months totaling  up to 5 doses.  The first symptoms he was diagnosed with were pneumonia, cellulitis of finger, fever cough and dyspnea.  The first two developed one at a time and he recovered with medical treatment before the ladder three.  Not until paralysis had set in was he tested, lab samples were sent to CDC (in the US) and scientific evidence was allowed to point blame on the vaccinations.   Many children in the same area had received seven OPV doses or more.  Trying to make rocket science out of the obviously simple, pseudo scientists scratch their heads as to why earlier vaccine strains left the toddler's body.  When scientists complicate what should be simple, they have the repeated tendency to forget that the human body is designed to naturally eliminate what doesn't belong.

The United States of America is no exception.  Cases of vaccinated children passing it on to the unvaccinated are reported.  Parents are also reported to acquire it from their vaccinated children.  In their own publication, CDC admits that the oral polio vaccinations continue to bring on "vaccine-associated paralytic poliomyelitis" and that "the risks of this adverse reaction have not decreased".  They also admitted that the vaccine has become a dominant cause of polio in the US.  87% of cases between 1973 and 1983  have been caused by the vaccine.  Every case of polio from 1980-1989 has been published to be caused by the vaccine.   In their 1997 report, there were 125 vaccine related cases.  Forty-six of which occurred among those in contact with the vaccinated.  So much for the theory of the unvaccinated population being the cesspool putting the vaccinated at risk.    Could this be the real reason why it was allowed to phase out?

DAMAGES CONTINUE

  • Polio Network News 1992-4,236 petitions have been filed with the US Claims Court for injuries and deaths caused by polio vaccination

  • US from 1990-1993 (3yrs) the FDA counted 54,072 adverse reactions following vaccination.  They admit only 10% are reported which puts the real figure at over 500,000. A comparative figure for the UK would be 45,000 per year, although we would be less as we have not mandated vaccines

  • Considering deaths alone we now had an estimate of over 3000 individuals from 1961

  • Figures of reported adverse events from OPV collected in just less than 5 years

    The number of events requiring emergency room visits 6,364

    The number of life threatening events 236

    The number of events requiring hospitalization 1,726

    The number of events with unknown recovery status 1,695

    The number of events resulting in permanent disability 133

    The number of events resulting in death 540

The Oral vaccine is no longer used in the U.S.  In September of 2005 CDC sees that high vaccination rates continue to fail in proving their "herd immunity" theory.  They find that in Minnesota, OPV associated polio cases are found amongst children.  Disregarding the fact that it hasn't been that long since the OPV was administered in the USA they put the blame on the OPV dangerous strain found in these children as having been brought from overseas.  CDC fails to include laboratory data to back it up.They do not attempt to explain whether or not the children had even been overseas.   Earlier in the same year an unvaccinated student who acquired the OPV derived infection from vaccinated children living next door to her host family.  That case was documented as the first OPV derived case from abroad.  That incident happened in March.  In a 2003 study that was done in Russia made a strong scientific conclusion that OPV strains mutate at a high rate.  Long after a halt to their use, they continue to expose and put at risk unvaccinated individuals.  Therefore, there is a very high probability that the Minnesota cases were from ongoing rapid mutations from the halted U.S. OPV vaccinations.  This type of polio virus replication and mutation causing health problems was already detected and documented in 1999.  The FDA is bound to an agreement with the pharmaceutical industry to turn a blind eye to up to 100 viral contaminates per vaccine dose.   That's for all vaccines.  Not just polio. 

India can't seem to get out of the media spot light with their ongoing polio crisis.  In 2002 a paralyzing and potentially lethal strain infected 1,600 people or so.  The strain causing problems in 2006 for India also made a name for itself in Angola, Bangladesh, Congo, Namibia and Nepal. It is admitted that living conditions of poor sanitation is a reservoir for polio.  Due to the scientific evidence of sterilizing efforts through vaccinations, many Indian parents refuse vaccinations for their children.  While some claim it is only a myth, there is more than enough documented evidence.  At one point, what was found to be true literally put a temporary halt to the vaccination campaigns in India. In 2007 there is still a mass opposition to the vaccination campaigns so health authorities turn to gross tactics by luring people out into the streets by playing drums.  Then they would "educate" them on the importance of disease prevention by the OPV.  As a result they managed to have an increase in children attendance at their vaccination booths.  Weeks later, children are breaking out with polio in the very same region.   Many of which have received OVER seven doses.  One mother was outraged that after over 12 doses of polio drops, her daughter still came down with polio.  STOP THE PRESSES!  Over a dozen doses?  It's a wonder her daughter didn't die.   Families, doctors and field operatives lack trust in these vaccination campaigns.   What's worse is finding out that what was given was an experimental, potent vaccine never having been tested for safety.  Conduct in further investigation should be considered grossly negligent. 

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In 2004 The OPV is thought again to be causing a problem and causing paralysis in unvaccinated children in China.  "Experts" admit to suspecting that these children were exposed by vaccinated children

Year after year world health authorities attempt to be the savior against polio.  Vaccination campaigns are broadcasted to be successful in reaching specific regions in the time allotted.   However, nature refuses to be manipulated or "altered" even still.   Resurgence is an ongoing problem with high vaccination rates.  Unfortunately, it is admitted that in developing countries where there continues to be outbreaks, there is no consistency in vaccination record keeping that would indicate how many doses children receive.  For children that fall victim to the outbreaks and do not have records, it is not known if they fell victim for lack of vaccination.  Often times children are irresponsibly given an undocumented amount of  OPV doses in such a short amount of time. 

The problem won't go away.  Publication in 2007 continues to point blame on the oral vaccine as the cause of the outbreaks.   Nigeria is only one of many countries still experiencing the vaccination efficacy failure.    Experimental vaccines are still being used over seas and cause outbreaks with India being a shameful example in 2007. 

Another name for oral polio vaccinations causing paralysis is Vaccine Associated Paralytic Polio.   This is also known as Acute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP).  Because the OPV contains live viruses that mutate and become extremely toxic to the nervous system, the vaccine backfires and causes AFP.  From 1989-1991 South America had 6,043 cases.   India's numbers have increased from 3,047 in 1997 to 26,000 in 2005.  Often times AFP is published as having been brought on by Guillain-Barre Syndrome with no association to the OPV.  However, Finland is a prime example of Guillain-Barre brought on by vaccinations including the OPV.  The published study admits to the use of OPV as the cause for the "significant increase" in Gillain-Barre.

Paralytic polio in India after oral vaccination-2008

 

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