Vaccinations have become a mainstay in modern Western medicine as a method to reduce dangerous diseases in the population. Many would claim that the reduction in deaths from dread diseases such as polio or measles is proof that these vaccinations work. However, concern is growing about the safety of these vaccines and their long-term effectiveness.
Apart from the concerns many parents have about the safety of vaccines on the young neurological and immune systems of children, a recent news story calls into question the effectiveness of vaccines.
A woman in Washington state died of measles earlier this year. While pharmaceutical company supporters and terrified people proposed their knee-jerk reaction of pushing for mandatory vaccination of everyone, they, unfortunately, did not wait to find out all of the information about the tragic situation.
The woman had already been vaccinated.
Additionally, hers was the eleventh case of measles in the state of Washington this year and the 6th case of measles this year in Clallam County which is where her death occurred.
Is this to say that all vaccines do not work? At this stage, we cannot draw that conclusion from this case, but Dr. Jeannette Stehr-Green, the Clallam County health officer, said that the other medications that this woman was taking for other health issues interfered with her body’s ability to fight off the measles. Unfortunately, her vaccinations did not do the job either.
Which raises important questions about how much pharmaceutical companies really know about the complex interaction of both body chemistry and of the interaction of the human body with organisms living in the body.
Some health professionals are finally admitting that vaccines are not effective in every situation. Washington State Department of Health spokesman Donn Moyer said,
“People with compromised immune systems cannot be vaccinated against measles. Even when vaccinated, they may not have a good immune response when exposed to disease; they may be especially vulnerable to disease outbreaks.”
Or, as naturalnews.com put it:
“In other words, Donn Moyer just admitted that vaccines don’t work on immunocompromised individuals.
And how do they get immunocompromised in the first place? By taking FDA-approved medications manufactured by the vaccine-producing drug companies.”
To top it off, read this list of six scary warnings about vaccines and flu shots.
Be careful, and make an informed choice about vaccines and pharmaceutical drug usage.