From Hell To Veins

October 18, 2011

Vaccinations Lower SIDS Risk, So says AAP

The AAP pumped out and is ‘pimping out’ yet another ‘study’ linking, on the good side, breast feeding and lowered SID’s related cases and, on the bad side, they are ALSO stating that vaccines lower SID’S rates.

Let’s just put these ‘experts’ to the TEST. When it comes to the vaccine part of this research. Instead of the AAP showing me another study financed by the same big pharma that brought you the vaccines in first place, SHOW ME THE FIELD RESEARCH DONE BY INDEPENDENT NON BIG PHARMA FUNDED SCIENCE WHERE VACCINATED AND ‘REAL’ NON-VACCINATED SID’s cases WERE DOCUMENTED side by side. Then we can put an end to these nonsense ‘studies’ once and for all. The pharmacological industry fights this research tooth and nail.

DISCLAIMER:
When the pharmaseutical industry labels an individual as NON vaccinated this is usually NEVER correct. The pharmaceutical industry ACTUALLY considers VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS AS NON VACCINATED WHEN THEY EATHER ARE BEHIND ON THE RECOMMENDED VACCINE SCHEDULE OR THE SO-CALLED EFFECTIVENESS OF THE VACCINE HAS EXPIRED. THESE NON VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS ARE INDEED VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS. THIS IS EXACTLY HOW THE ‘TRACED BACKED TO THE NON VACCINATED’ WITH REGARDS TO OUTBREAKS IS CORRUPT SCIENCE.

You can find the actual article the AAP put out by googling it but, I think this link would do you a whole lot more good on SID’s research.

POSITION PAPER on THE ROLE OF VACCINES IN SIDS (DRAFT VERSION)

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