When you vaccinate malnourished children, many of them die

“[The CDC] has the public convinced, and when mom comes in [she’s told] oh you don’t know, millions of children would die if we don’t vaccinate everyone against the measles. Well, what they’re doing is they’re transferring data from Third World countries… because in Africa, yes, millions will die from measles. Why? Because they’re war-torn countries, mass nutritional deficiency, and parasitic infections. So these children can’t react normally to the viruses, so they die. It has nothing to do with the fact that measles is such a killer.

And that’s why in the United States we don’t really have that many outbreaks of measles, and it’s very rare for children to die, and the ones that die usually have some kind of immune compromising condition. Normal children don’t generally die from measles.

Now, when we look at the measles death rate, or polio death rate, all those infectious diseases of childhood, the death rate fell dramatically before they started the mass inoculation programs. And that’s universal. For instance, measles death rate fell 90% before they ever started mass inoculations. Had nothing to do with the vaccine itself; it was better hygiene, better public health, and better nutrition, as they began to bring vegetables and stuff into the cities, and better nutrition with vegetables, in particular… death rates began to fall.

What we even see is that if you vaccinate malnourished children, you get a high death rate. You know, they had this big idea that we could go to Africa and to the aborigines in Australia, and they were going to vaccinate mass numbers of them. And what they found was almost half of them died when they got the vaccine. And they discovered it was because they were zinc deficient and they were deficient in vitamin A. When they gave them vitamin A and zinc, the death rate fell precipitously. So it shows the enormous effect of malnutrition on dying from infectious diseases or even vaccination.

… Actually, the polio epidemic really didn’t cause any problems until they started using the DPT vaccine. … Polio existed forever, but it never really caused death in infants, in any numbers, until [the 1940s]. Suddenly, it changed, for some reason. [They didn’t] know why, but there was suddenly, for some reason, it started causing a lot of paralysis and death, cause normally it was just sort of a summer flu… you just felt bad for a day or so and you got over it. And still 90% of the children who are exposed to polio virus, that’s their reaction, they just have a mild reaction and get over it. There’s no paralysis, there’s no weakness. And they don’t die.

So rather than looking at, why is this virus changing, why are the children becoming paralyzed, why are we having epidemics… as it got worse, more and more children ended up paralyzed and dying and in iron lungs, and it was because the DPT vaccine was altering their immune function ability and it also altered the virulence of the pathogenicity of the polio virus, and made it a worse virus. And we see that with a lot of these vaccines.”

— Dr. Russell Blaylock, neurosurgeon

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5 thoughts on “When you vaccinate malnourished children, many of them die

  1. Thank you for your great article Dr. Blaylock As you well know, children suffering from malnutrition in developing countries, do not show a good response to immunization. And from the last paragraph of the second article, this is the symptoms of children who’s immune system is suppressed through severe malnutrition, who are given the measles vaccine…”In contrast, one study found that malnourished children given measles vaccine frequently developed diarrhoea, pneumonia and fever, compared to well-nourished children, who, in turn, more often developed a rash.”..

    Biological challenges to effective vaccines in the developing world

    Nicholas C. Grassly, Gagandeep Kang, Beate Kampmann

    Published 11 May 2015.DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2014.0138

    “Limited or variable effectiveness of existing vaccines leaves children at risk of infection
    In particular, lower efficacy of these vaccines in low-income countries has limited their health impact and in the case of poliomyelitis has acted as a significant barrier to eradication [28].”

    “One of the main factors underlying the limitations in the performance of existing vaccines is variation in the immune response among individuals. Antibody levels and cellular immune markers show considerable variation after vaccination and in some individuals this translates into reduced efficacy. However, the causes of this variation and the significance of different immune markers for vaccine efficacy have not been established for many vaccines [18]. Twin studies demonstrating significant heritability in the immune response indicate a significant role for human genetic factors [19,20]. However, early life exposure to infection and other vaccines, maternal factors, breastfeeding, age, nutritional status and other environmental factors can also be significant determinants of vaccine immunogenicity [21–24]. In some cases, such as for oral vaccines against poliomyelitis and rotavirus gastroenteritis or for BCG, these differences are observed at the population level [4,25–27]. In particular, lower efficacy of these vaccines in low-income countries has limited their health impact and in the case of poliomyelitis has acted as a significant barrier to eradication [28].”

    http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/370/1671/20140138.full

    The Immune System in Children with Malnutrition—A Systematic Review

    “Thirty-five articles described vaccination responses to a specific antigen. The articles either reported sero-conversion rates, or antibody titre response. Studies assessing sero-conversion rates in children with severe malnutrition found mixed results: Six of 10 studies found reduced sero-conversion rates in children with severe malnutrition to typhoid, diphtheria, tetanus, tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis (DTP), hepatitis B, measles and yellow fever, and two studies found that sero-conversion was delayed in malnourished children. Ten of 11 studies found that severely malnourished children responded with reduced antibody titers

    Three of five articles reported similar adverse reactions to vaccination in malnourished as in well-nourished . In contrast, one study found that malnourished children given measles vaccine frequently developed diarrhoea, pneumonia and fever, compared to well-nourished children, who, in turn, more often developed a rash.”..
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4143239/

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  2. Not just that, bulbar polio was a direct result of people having ever had a tonsillectomy or having recently had an injection of any kind.

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  3. It is unethical to vaccinate millions of people in developing countries. The way to help is not by providing vaccines to those who have poor nourishment or compromised immunity due to illness, as they will become even more ill: Vaccines destabilize and suppress immunity.

    The way to help is to provide access to clean water, good nutrition and satisfactory housing. This will lead to general health improvement, stronger immune systems and the gradual decline of infectious diseases. But vaccines are more profitable.

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