FULLY vaccinated ON schedule
Yes, that means they often group partially vaccinated, delayed vaccinated or selectively vaccinated children in with people who do not vaccinate. They also include the people who do not vaccinate incidentally, meaning they are neglectful parents who might also be starving and abusing their children.
Granted, sometimes the CDC does divide them into three groups, especially when examining outbreaks. Here is an example:
“(13%) of the 122 non-neonatal patients with supplemental data were reported to have received at least a primary series (i.e., three or more doses) of TT before onset of illness (Table_1), including two (40%) of the five non-neonatal patients aged less than 20 years. Three (60%) of the non-neonatal patients aged less than 20 years were unvaccinated because of their parents' religious objections. The fourth case occurred in a boy aged 14 years who was bitten by a dog and who had received his last dose 2 years previously. “
The CDC is telling us right here that of the kids who were diagnosed with Tetanus, two of them were VACCINATED and three were vaccine free. ZERO died. Interestingly, supplemental data does not include any information about wound care (aka, were the parents neglectful? Did the parents take the children in to the hospital?)
Every vaccination causes immediate and long term harm. The immune system and DNA is forever altered.
What you want to know is the likelihood of a vaccine causing immediate or long term complications. This is also called an adverse reaction. What is the "lottery" for your particular child? Almost impossible to compute. Genetic differences, environmental exposure, gut health and toxin burden all play a part in determining how well the child is able to withstand the vaccination.
You can try to tease out those risks. I put together a bunch of "pro-vaccine" links on these two posts:
So what are the differences? For my mama friends out there who are informed on circumcision, this surgery provides a good analogy. You know how you have a broad range of issues with circumcision?
At the point of circumcision, you have the actual trauma of the surgery (the wound that heals), then you have the later loss, which could cause additional trouble down the road such as decreased sensitivity, sexual dysfunction, keratinization, etc.
But, you also have two others parallel to that. You have at the time of surgery a risk of complications, such as hemorrhage or death. And later on, you have complications such as chordee or erectile dysfunction.
Does this make sense? There are four types of injury: two at the moment of trauma and two that occur afterwards at any point during the person's life. Two are inherent (e.g. losing nerves and veins) and two are risks (e.g. only some babies bleed to death).
Now think about that in the context of vaccination.
At the point of vaccination, you have the actual trauma of the injection, which could be a swollen arm, a warm sensation, a ball at the point of injection, etc. Then you have later loss related to the way the vaccine alters the immune system. This is largely unresearched but involves temporal immunity failing, being at risk of getting the disease as an adult, not developing adequate immune regulation (e.g. measles as a child seems to prevent skin cancer in older people).
Then, you also have the two risks. So at the point of injection, some children have severe and immediate complications such as seizing, loss of consciousness, hemorrhage/inflammation in the brain, ataxia, etc. And later on down the road there could be other risks, such as autoimmune disorders, "autistic" symptoms, brain damage, chronic infection of the disease, etc.
So it's a pretty wide spectrum for people. But in general when a person says they were vaccine injured (or circumcision injured) they are referring to the risks and not the inherent damages.
And then as you get into more informed or more on-topic discussions, such as groups of intactivists or mothers against vaccines, they begin to talk about the subtle losses involved with these body alterations.
Here's my personal example:
I experienced a vaccine complication at the point of injection. I seized, had a high fever and an anaphylactic reaction. I then had a later vaccine complication after the original complication ended. When the seizing stopped, over several months, *I* drifted away (regressed, or what would nowadays be called autism). So I experienced the inherent trauma of vaccination that everyone experiences, then I experienced an immediate and a long term complication.
So when we are discussing these topics, it's important to consider what you want to research for your child. Are you interested in learning about the immediate risks to your child? The long term risks? The inherent damage?
|Ian, who later died, experienced an immediate complication.|