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Cumulative inactivated vaccine exposure and allergy development among children: a birth cohort from Japan
“Although we recognise that immunisation is indispensable for the global elimination of various diseases, this large-scale birth cohort study demonstrated that the prevalence of asthma, wheeze and eczema in children at 12 months of age was associated with the administration of a larger number of types of inactivated vaccines at the initial immunisation before 6 months of age. Despite this association, we strongly support the global vaccination strategy and do not recommend that immunisation be halted.”
Allergic reaction hospital admissions double in Wales in eight years – “Dr Tariq El-Shanawany, consultant clinical immunologist at Cardiff and Vale health board, said: ‘We’ve been seeing an increase in rates of allergies for a large number of years. ‘Urban environments have a higher rate of allergy than rural environments and there may be a role of reduction of infections in that – but of course that’s good that we no longer see the rates of childhood deaths from infections that we used to. ‘I think what we want to do is maintain the improvements that we have seen in public health and reduce the risk of allergies, so certainly being out and about in nature, in green spaces or out in the countryside would be beneficial for many reasons including reduction of risk of allergy.”
The Wild Doc Dr. Dale Brown – Research Review: Do Vaccines Cause Allergies & Asthma?
From a 2005 article in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
“Before and after adjusting for age, sex, exposure to traditional health care, family history of asthma or allergies, exposure to antibiotics, and family clustering, parents who refused vaccines were 11 times less likely to report asthma only for children with no family history of the disease and no exposure to antibiotics during infancy (Table III). …. Nonvaccinating parents were also 2.5 times less likely to report eczema and current wheeze.”
Then they justify the continued vaccination of children, and seem to say that the 280 children who died from asthma in 2001 are collateral damage in the war against infectious disease:
“Although 280 children and youths died from asthma in 2001, before vaccination, 11,000 children died and 50,000 children were seriously affected by diseases like measles, whooping cough, diphtheria, and polio every year in the United States. If vaccination rates decrease, these diseases will return; none of the vaccine-preventable diseases are eradicated. For parents of children at high risk for asthma, these data do not indicate that refusing vaccines will decrease their child’s risk of disease. Other parents should remember that vaccines prevent serious and deadly diseases, and the known benefits of vaccination clearly outweigh this hypothetical risk.”
Single Vaccines: A Safer Option for Children with Mastocytosis – “The recommendations therefore indicate an urgent need for more research on vaccination in patients with mast cell disorders.”