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Deaths from measles had declined 99.4% BEFORE measles vaccine was introduced, Boyd Haley, PhD
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In this one-minute video clip Boyd Haley, PhD talks about how deaths from measles in England and Wales had declined by 99.4% from 1901/1902 to 1968 when the measles vaccine was introduced.
In the slides in this video clip, Boyd Haley, Phd notes the following:
- Today 2011, the USA has the highest infant vaccination rate in the world, yet the USA is number 41 on the infant mortality list.
- The USA has a very high rate of aged individuals being vaccinated, yet we are now number 28 on the longevity list.
- A recent report by Generation Rescue clearly shows the USA has the highest vaccine rate and the highest level of autism of 5 major countries.
- If vaccines decrease the rate of childhood death due to infectious diseases, what types of death are occurring that make the USA place #41 [on the infant mortality list]?
￼USA Lags on Child Mortality, Figures Show—by Noam N. Levey Chicago Tribune May 23, 2010
- Children mortality rates [in children] younger than 5 fell to 7.7 million, down from 11.9 million two decades ago.
- USA now ranks 42nd globally, behind much of Europe as well as the United Arab Emirates, Cuba and Chile.
- Twenty years (1990) ago the USA was 29th.
- Singapore has a mortality rate of 2.5 deaths per 1,000 and the USA rate is 6.7 per 1,000.
- High rates [of infant mortality] exist among higher income whites, a group that traditionally has best access to medical care.
- After making vaccines compulsory the USA dropped from 3rd in the table of infant mortality to 24th. Due no doubt to their high incidence of SID cot-death (8,000).
- The Japanese (pop. 120 million) after delaying the DPT vaccine until the second year, in 1975 & 76, immediately jumped from 17th place to the country with the lowest infant mortality in the world.
- In 1988 they lowered the minimum age again, and the infant mortality immediately increased again.
About Boyd Haley, PhD
Boyd Haley, PhD has a PhD in both chemistry and biochemistry.
Boyd Haley, PhD is a former Chairman & Professor of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Kentucky.
Boyd Haley, PhD is a permanent member of the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) Biomedical Sciences, Study Section.
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