Saturday, September 13

My 1st born son had RSV, he was vaxed!!!

I was reading this in a Yahoo Group against vaccines, and this really disturbs me!

RSV viruses "formed prominent contaminants in polio. vaccines, and were soon detected in children [159]." "the infectious agent that very likely entered the human population by way of a vaccine" pdf

15. More animal viruses
Thousands of viruses and other potentially infectious micro-organisms thrive in monkeys and cows, the preferred animals for making polio vaccines [83:159]. SV-40, SIV, and BSE associated transmissible agents are just three of the disease-causing agents researchers have isolated. For example, scientists have known since 1955 that monkeys host the "B" virus, foamy agent virus, haemadsorption viruses, the LCM virus, arboviruses, and more [157]. Bovine immunodeficiency virus (BIV), similar in genetic structure to HIV, was recently found in some cows [103:100].

In 1956, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) was discovered in chimpanzees [158]. According to Dr. Viera Scheibner, who stud-ied more than 30,000 pages of medical papers dealing with vaccination, RSV viruses "formed prominent contaminants in polio vaccines, and were soon detected in children [159]." They caused serious cold-like symptoms in small infants and babies who re-ceived the polio vaccine [159]. In 1961, the Journal of the American Medical Association published two studies confirming a causal relationship between RSV and "relatively severe lower respiratory tract illness [160]." The virus was found in 57 percent of infants with bronchiolitis or pneumonia, and in 12 percent of babies with a milder febrile respiratory disease [161]. Infected babies remained ill for three to five months [161]. RSV was also found to be contagious, and soon spread to adults where it has been linked to the common cold [162].

Today, RSV infects virtually all infants by the age of two years, and is the most common cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia among infants and children under one year of age [163]. It also causes severe respiratory disease in the elderly [164]. RSV re-mains highly contagious and results in thousands of hospitaliza- tions every year; many people die from it [165]. Ironically, scien-tists are developing a vaccine to combat RSV [166]Cthe infectious agent that very likely entered the human population by way of a vaccine [159].

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