Pro-vaccine medical journal admits there is conclusive scientific evidence that vaccines can and do kill some children | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Pro-vaccine medical journal admits there is conclusive scientific evidence that vaccines can and do kill some children

Researchers have noted that vaccines trigger anaphylaxis. A 10-year analysis of claims to the U.S. National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program cited five cases of deaths associated with vaccine-induced anaphylaxis. A 2003 study also revealed that about five cases of vaccine-related anaphylaxis were recorded among children and adolescents. The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices suggests routine screening be conducted prior to giving immunization shots. However, while anaphylaxis occurs after vaccination, the panel also recommended that clinicians be prepared to provide necessary health care at the event of vaccine-induced anaphylaxis.

Study data also stressed the hazards of giving live vaccine viruses to people with severely compromised immune systems. Researchers cited two published case reports of immuno-compromised children receiving live virus vaccines, which caused subsequent death in both patients. In one of the cases, a 4-year-old child was given live varicella vaccine during a two-week break from chemotherapy. The patient had been in complete remission from acute lymphomatic leukemia for five months. Researchers also identified at least six reported cases of death in immuno-compromized patients following vaccination against measles.

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