Live Viruses

 

Vaccine Horse Sense from Farm Wars

Even the vaccine insert say that people who get live virus vaccines are contagious for 28 days and for them to avoid contact with other people who might be susceptible for that time period. Back when common sense was a bit more common, vets told us to isolate newly vaccinated critters for 28 days because they could infect the herd. Now, people are given vaccines that make them carriers and arenít even told that they will be shedding the virus to everyone around them for the first month after receiving them.

 

You hear people blaming the unvaccinated for the spread of disease and calling for mandatory vaccinations for all, when it is the vaccinated who are spreading disease and blaming the ones who arenít vaccinated for the problem. This isnít rocket science, folks, it just good old fashioned horse sense, sorely lacking in todayís genetically engineered, fluoridated, chemically saturated, public school indoctrinated society where psychopaths with delusions of grandeur are in charge. [i]

 

Chickenpox Vaccine

        There are two live virus vaccines for chickenpox licensed in the U.S.: Varivax and ProQuad (MMRV) manufactured by Merck;

        The CDC recommends children get a chickenpox shot at 12 months old and a booster dose between 4 and 6 years old;

        Reported complications from chickenpox vaccine include shock, seizures, brain inflammation (encephalitis), thrombocytopenia (blood disorder), Guillain Barrť syndrome, death and infection with vaccine strain chickenpox or transmission of vaccine strain chickenpox to others;

        Chickenpox vaccine effectiveness is reported to be 44 percent for any form of the disease and 86 percent for moderate to severe disease;

        Mass use of chickenpox vaccine by children in the U.S. has removed natural boosting of immunity in the population, which was protective against shingles, and now adults are experiencing a shingles epidemic;

        In 2006, the CDC recommended a booster dose of chickenpox vaccine for all children and a shingles vaccine was licensed and recommended for all adults over age 60. [ii]



[i] Vaccine Horse Sense from Farm Wars, http://farmwars.info/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Dusty-Vaccines.jpg, viewed 2/6/2015

[ii] Varicella Zoster (Chickenpox), National Vaccine Information Center, http://www.nvic.org/Vaccines-and-Diseases/Chickenpox.aspx, viewed 2/6/2015