This is a 31 page paper. Not for the faint of heart. You need Adobe Reader to view it.www.nccn.net/~wwithin/Sids.pdf
SUMMARY: This paper looks at medical articles which suggest that vaccines are damaging the immune system of some babies, and that the potentially immunosuppressive nature of vaccines could be contributing to the death, and ill-health of our babies — and therefore our children, and future generations.
The topic I was asked to speak on was the relationship between vaccines and SIDS. I want to make it scientifically clear here, and in the body of the position paper, that E. coli endotoxic effect can also kill an unvaccinated baby. The FINAL MECHANISM is the same, whereas in unvaccinated babies, environmental factors conspire to enable the endotoxin to overwhelm the liver, with vaccination, the liver is shut down by the vaccine resulting in a sudden increase of endotoxin in the blood stream. I cannot explain the abstract clearly in 15 minutes, because in order to understand the biochemical action of a vaccine on the baby, the reader must also understand the nature of the problem of E. coli as a complete picture. This paper is written for both lay and medical people, and details the medical literature describing SIDS in vaccinated babies in its proper broadest context.
There are no epidemiological studies published which can confirm or deny what has been scientifically demonstrated and published i.e. that SIDS babies have high levels of E. coli in the more absorptive portions of their gut,and bloodstream, and controls do not: or that vaccines cause liver injury leading to a failure to detoxify endotoxin from the gut or within the system. I believe that this is because the wrong questions have been asked. All the studies so far have been designed to prove current medical theories or assumptions, and perhaps the belief that the more complicated the findings the more legitimate the theory. In order to properly discuss the scientific basis of this position paper, new studies, with different questions need to be conducted.