Long-term adverse effects
Short-term monitoring of the vaccines has demonstrated that vaccines can sometimes have devastating effects on the central nervous system, the immune system and many vital organs of the body. Seizures, encephalopathy, asthma, and ‘unexplained deaths’ are just a few recognized dramatic “side” effects of vaccines. If vaccines can, at times, cause such striking and sudden damages to the body, it is only logical that they may also, in many more cases, produce some less obvious and dramatic but equally profound and damaging effects on various metabolic systems of the human body. Detecting such possible effects is impossible through passive observation alone, but requires long-term studies monitoring two large groups of people, one subjected to vaccination and one not, and comparing their respective rate of cancer, leukemia, MS, asthma, lupus, heart attack, dementia, learning disabilities, allergies, etc.
How long should such a study last in order to provide reliable and satisfactory information? 1 year, 10 years, or 100 years? I think that 30-40 years would give a fairly good idea of whether vaccines are safe even long-term (if no major changes in the rate of disease were detected in 30 years, it is unlikely that anything significantly different would occur afterwards), but even a 10 year study may possibly be considered sufficient to provide a reliable insight on the safety (or lack of safety) of the vaccines.
Does such a study exist?
Was such a study ever done for even five years? No.
Was it at least done for one year?
Information inserts from the vaccine-producing pharmaceutical companies tell us that in phase-three studies (the studies used to obtain licensing of a product from the FDA and required to establish the its safety), adverse effects of INFANDRIX (DTaP vaccine) were monitored for up to 3, 8 and 15 days only; adverse effects of the Hepatitis B vaccine were monitored for 5 days only. Considering this information, VARIVAX (the chickenpox vaccine) is probably the safest vaccine around, having been monitored for up to 42 days...
In May 2001, Congressman Dan Burton testified that, “there is a paucity of research looking at long-term safety of any vaccine” (House of Representatives, 15 may 2001, page H2174).
Scientific evidence does not support the safety of immunizations: safety studies on vaccinations are limited to short time periods only: several days to several weeks. There are NO (NONE!) long-term (months or years) safety studies on any vaccination or immunization. There is limited but rapidly growing scientific evidence of long-term adverse side-effects of vaccines that need much more study (Harold E. Buttman, MD, Feb. 6 2001).
As astounding, shocking, unbelievable and outrageous as it sounds, this is the deplorable truth: no long-term studies exist on the safety of vaccines. When we see many terrible diseases on the rise, cancer, ulcerated colitis, Crohn’s disease, chronic fatigue syndrome and asthma to name but a few