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    Measles vaccine recommended by WHO increased mortality in females 2-fold notes Peter Aaby, DMSc


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    Thursday, March 28, 2019 11:00 am Email this article

    In this 23-second video clip, Peter Aaby, DMSc, founder of the Bandim Health Project in West Africa, notes that they found that a new measles vaccine that was recommended by the WHO in 1989 increased the death rate in female infants 2-fold.

    He notes that, had it been implemented, the new measles vaccine would have caused an additional 500,000 female deaths in Africa.

    Peter Aaby is credited for the discovery of non-specific effects of vaccines – i.e. effects of vaccines, which go beyond the specific protective effects against the targeted diseases.

     

    In 1978, Peter Aaby, DMSc established the Bandim Health Project, 
a Health and Demographic Surveillance System site 
in Guinea-Bissau in West Africa, which he has run ever since.

    Peter Aaby’s group has also found that…

    https://www.bandim.org/research/non-specific-effects

    “The live attenuated vaccines, 
measles vaccine, oral polio vaccine, smallpox vaccine and 
BCG vaccine, seem to confer 
more general protection against 
a broad range of pathogens.”

    “However, the non-live vaccines like diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine (DTP) have been associated with increased susceptibility to other pathogens, particularly in females.”

    That is, live-attenuated vaccines reduce the overall risk of death, whereas non-live vaccines increase the overall risk of death.

    The vaccine story 
is more complicated 
than what 
the CDC is telling us.

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