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Some interesting vaccine facts

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In 1871-2, England, with 98% of the population aged between 2 and 50 vaccinated against smallpox, it experienced its worst ever smallpox outbreak with 45,000 deaths. During the same period in Germany, with a vaccination rate of 96%, there were over 125,000 deaths from smallpox.

In Germany, compulsory mass vaccination against diphtheria commenced in 1940 and by 1945 diphtheria cases were up from 40,000 to 250,000. (Don't Get Stuck, by Hannah Allen)


In 1967, Ghana was declared measles free by the World Health Organisation after 96% of its population was vaccinated. In 1972, Ghana experienced one of its worst measles outbreaks with its highest ever mortality rate. (Dr H Albonico, MMR Vaccine Campaign in Switzerland, March 1990)


"Preventive Psychiatry E-Newsletter # 231
By Ian Sinclair
November 3, 2005


(more in link via Contaminated Vaccines facebook page)

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Thank you Mirzam.
BTW, thanks also for the video from the 70's about the Swine Influenza Vaccine, on the other thread.
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May I add a post?


Hepatitis B first appeared in Bremen, Germany after an intensive smallpox vaccination campaign.



Hepatitis C is admitted in court cases and in the va websites to be a result of the airgun vaccinations given to the Vietnam troops in the 1950s, 60s and 70s.




Therefore, two new diseases in the vaccination era have produced two new diseases that we did not have before. I have suspicions about other diseases, but the evidence is not as definitive.

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MORE MORE MORE -please!  :lurk

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Here are some more from the OP (which I notice the link doesn't work)


In the UK between 1970 and 1990, over 200,000 cases of whooping cough occurred in fully vaccinated children. (Community Disease Surveillance Centre, UK)

In the 1970's a tuberculosis vaccine trial in India involving 260,000 people revealed that more cases of TB occurred in the vaccinated than the unvaccinated. (The Lancet 12/1/80 p73)

In 1977, Dr Jonas Salk who developed the first polio vaccine, testified along with other scientists, that mass inoculation against polio was the cause of most polio cases throughout the USA since 1961. (Science 4/4/77 "Abstracts")

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