Should I Vaccinate My Child? - by Jini Patel Thompson

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An unpublished study by the World Health Organisation1



(WHO) on a ‘measles susceptible’ (malnourished)

group of children showed that the group who hadn’t

been vaccinated contracted measles at the normal

contract rate of 2.4%. Of the group who had received


the measles vaccine (MMR), 33.5% contracted measles.



In 1975 Japan raised the minimum age for infant

vaccinations to 2 years of age. As a result, SIDS (Sudden

Infant Death Syndrome, or, crib death) and infant

convulsions virtually disappeared. In the 1980s, Japan

lowered the minimum age back down to 3 months and

the rate of SIDS returned to previous levels.






In an Australian study, a group of recruits were

immunised for Rubella, and all produced the expected

antibodies. When later exposed to the disease, 80% of


the recruits contracted it.


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First printed in Living Wisdom #7