Measles vaccine more dangerous than the disease itself, research shows.
The measles vaccine is still one of the standard vaccines given to most children at the recommended age of just 15 months, but research has shown that the vaccine is actually more deadly than the disease itself, which is incredibly rare.
Measles was once a very common and killer disease, but this is not the case any ore. With widespread vaccinations has come a huge reduction in the number of cases and sometimes, even children who have been vaccinated against it can contract the disease, which begs the questions how safe is the vaccine and is it really worth it?
The Associate Press reports:
“There have been no measles deaths reported in the U.S. since 2003,”
But in contrast to this reassuring figure, VAERS report something starkly different. The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting system report that there have been deaths associated with measles since 2003, 108 to be precise but these deaths came from complications associated with the measles vaccine, and not the disease itself.
Measles was already in a steady decline in the years up to when the measles vaccine was created, so the argument that measles deaths are virtually nonexistent now is because of the vaccine does not hold up.
Before the vaccine was introduced, measles was generally considered part of growing up, like the chicken pox is today. Many children contracted it and beat it just with their immune systems without the aid of the vaccine.
The International Medical Council on Vaccination reported:
“What you may not have heard, is that by 1963, the death rate from measles in the United States had already dropped by approximately 98%,”
Using this statistic it seems quite unnecessary to still vaccinate each and every child against a disease that the overwhelming majority will never come into contact with, and while doing so putting their health at risk.
Many children have adverse reactions to vaccines, the process for a young child’s body can be very overwhelming and often causes very high temperatures which can lead to seizures and other long-term problems.
Ironically after the measles vaccine was introduced, some of the side effects that were reported was the child bearing a rash which was worse in severity and comfort than the actual rash from measles.
The IMCV also state:
“[W]hereas natural measles exposure generally left the person with reliable lifelong immunity, measles vaccines leave the individual with waning immunity,”
“This dynamic of waning immunity means we will probably see measles epidemics even in highly vaccinated populations.”
Via Global Research