We have been told over an over again that we need to vaccinate to protect ourselves from these scary diseases. Yet when we look at the data in the United States more people are dying from the vaccines we administer than the diseases we vaccinate for.
Let’s take a walk through the different diseases we vaccinate for, the data from the CDC and the data from VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System). Before we jump in it is important to note that according to the federal government only 1-10% of all vaccine injuries and deaths are ever reported, so these vaccine injury and death numbers are seriously small potatoes compared to what the actual numbers are.
According to the CDC the last verified measles death was in 2003. Other measles death have been recorded since then, but none of them have been verified. For example the most recently recorded death was a death in 2015 from pneumonia. It was counted as a measles death upon autopsy. The patient showed no signs of measles infection.
In 2017 there were 118 cases of measles and 3,594 injuries from the measles vaccine. There were more than 29 times as many injuries from the vaccine than there were cases of measles itself. Let’s be conservative and compare the deaths from the vaccine with the last “measles” death in 2015. From 2015 – September 1, 2018, the measles vaccines has killed 33 people. That’s 1 measles death to 33 deaths from the measles vaccine using conservative numbers all the way around. If we use the last verified death from measles the ratio goes from 1:33 to 1:154. From 2003 to September 1, 2018 there have been 154 deaths from the measles vaccine. Multiply that 154 by 100 or 10 to make up the difference for under reporting and it’s at 1540 to 15400 deaths from the measles vaccine compared to one death from the actual measles since 2003. Which are you going to choose the higher chance of death and injury (the vaccine) or the higher chance of health and life (forgoing the vaccine)?