The theory of vaccination is that we are lessening the transmission of childhood infectious disease. By utilizing an untested program are we creating a generational epidemic of chronic disease?
I'm going to embark on this new project of gathering data regarding our children's heath and outcomes (autism) of various medical practices (vaccines) and food treatment procedures.
(1) Incidence by year of each of the various chronic health disorders/disabilities - autism, IDDM, cancer, other autoimmune/neuro disorders. (2) Time of commencement and number of each year of vaccine uptake rates, food treatments like pesticides and insecticide usage.
I'm going to call on the community for help with this. If we all work together we can gather the information quickly. I'm going to create a list of what needs to be contributed and if you feel like pitching in, you can work a little on this project with me. I'll make sure there will not be overlap.
I'm going to post the data on a timeline that will have a link to a graphical representation of that years statistics. Since the autism change-point year is 1988.7, I'm going to start with the year 1985. I hope to expand out to 1930 - present and include other graphs with other Countries.
Our children are under a "National Health Emergency". Here is a list of chronic diseases and disorders that they are facing that range from moderate to severe.
Antibiotics, when where they widely used - this could have a huge impact on infectious disease. Scarlet Fever, when did it die out. There isn't a vaccine for Scarlet Fever, did it die out the same time as the other diseases? VAERS: Let's track this too and see if the death and disabilities balance risk/benefit.
We have to keep this in mind about VAERS.
"Although the FDA receives many adverse event reports, these probably represent only a fraction of the serious adverse events encountered by providers. A recent review article found that between 3% and 11% of hospital admissions could be attributed to adverse drug reactions. Only about 1% of serious events are reported to the FDA, according to one study."