How Pertussis Vaccine Spreads Whooping Cough

Posted: October 3, 2017 in Medical Censorship
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In this excerpt of Dr Suzanne Humphries’ testimony to the West Virginia Education Committee, she discusses the failure of western doctors to diagnose whooping cough (which is far more prevalent than public authorities admits). She also explains the failure of the pertussis vaccine to activate cell-mediated immunity (explained in more detail in her presentation on herd immunity – see Vaccines: The Myth of Herd Immunity). This relates to two potentially dangerous outcomes a) a high incidence of vaccinated patients going on to develop whooping cough and b) a high incidence of vaccinated patients becoming pertussis carriers owing to viral shedding caused by the vaccine.

 

 

Comments
  1. Lara/Trace says:

    I was given one three years ago. This is shocking!

    • It sure is, Lara. There’s absolutely no question that the big pharmaceutical companies no longer make any effort to ensure their vaccines are either safe or effective. Most people attribute this to an 1986 that make vaccine manufacturers exempt from malpractice suits when vaccine injuries occur (there are thousands every year). Under this 1986 law, parents of vaccine injured children have to take their case to a federal vaccine injury court – which has paid out billions of dollars. In this way Big Phama has no incentive to make sure their vaccines are safe – they’re never held accountable for the problems they cause.

      • Lara/Trace says:

        I was given the shot because I had a new granddaughter! And what did I do but go see her! I am sick about this. As far as her vaccines, I will ask but I am afraid to know.

  2. Ouch. I think my daughter made a good decision to postpone all vaccines until age 9 months – due to their reported link with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), aka crib death. I think she would have waited longer but my son-in-law is a strong believer in vaccination.

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