IJME - "to save 350 lives from Hib disease, 3125 children will die" - Mothering Forums

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Old 08-07-2013, 07:42 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Indian Journal of Medical Ethics - "If the birth cohort of 25 million were immunised and 1 per every 8000-10,000 of the babies vaccinated were to die of AEFI (adverse event following immunisation), about 3125 children would die from AEFI. It is apparent that to save 350 lives from Hib disease, 3125 children will die from the adverse effects of the vaccine."

 

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What vaccine has an adverse event of death at that rate?
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In the first paragraph of the article it describes a pentavalent vaccine consisting of DTP, HepB, and HiB. It has not yet been cleared for use in the US.

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Paper written by Jacob Puliyel who may (or may not - I couldn't find the source) have invented data which has been used to suggest that Bill Gates was trying to kill Indian babies by funding Polio vaccines. 

 

We had an extensive discussion of his earlier (less than high qualtiy) work here: http://www.mothering.com/community/t/1376211/bill-gates-confronted-on-nearly-48-000-indian-children-becoming-paralyzed-after-vaccine


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