The Pertussis Vaccine (DtaP): A False Promise
Shocking New Study: Pertussis Vaccine (DTaP) INCREASES Lifetime Vulnerability to…Pertussis!
Amid hundreds of new cases of pertussis in fully vaccinated people, a shocking new report on pertussis and the pertussis vaccine explains why this is happening. According to the new report, children that are vaccinated (or “primed”) with the pertussis vaccine DTaP are MORE SUSCEPTIBLE to pertussis throughout their lifetimes. And there’s no easy way to correct this eye-opening discovery.
“Because of linked-epitope suppression, all children who were primed by DTaP vaccines will be more susceptible to pertussis throughout their lifetimes, and there is no easy way to decrease this increased lifetime susceptibility.”
The report further explains the mistakes made with the pertussis vaccine program and the implications for the future.
Although your doctor will rarely see new and important information like this, this occurrence is no surprise among scientists. A Dutch study published in 2000 analyzed a pertussis outbreak in The Netherlands and came to a clear conclusion: “The increase in pertussis incidence was higher among vaccinated than among unvaccinated persons of all ages.”
A False Promise?
The DTaP vaccine isn’t the only vaccine to admit that antibody levels don’t guarantee protection from the illness, mainly because vaccines only create TEMPORARY partial immunity. This is the sole requirement from the Food & Drug Administration in order to get approval to sell the vaccine in the U.S. market — an approval that creates BILLIONS in revenue for pharmaceutical companies.
If you read the vaccine product insert written by the pharmaceutical company that creates the vaccine, it clearly states the increase in temporal antibodies as the basis for “proof” the vaccine works. But science has long known that antibodies do not create full immunity as shown by the thousands of cases of illness every year in fully vaccinated populations.
Some people with high levels of antibodies can be exposed to an illness and still get sick, while others without antibodies can be exposed and not get sick. Dr. Merrill Chase, nicknamed the Grandfather of Immunology for his pioneering work, did clear-cut research on this issue back in the 1950s. His results are clear: antibody levels don’t determine immunity. More on his work here.
Click here to see more studies indicating that outbreaks do occur in populations that are heavily vaccinated.