Save Children At Risk – Demand Release of Trial Data On Dangerous Vaccine – Help Yourself, Your Children and Others – Tell The Director, Christian Medical College, “Release Rotavirus Vaccine Trial Data”

Vaccines which kill and injure children are unacceptable.  This is why you are asked to sign the petition linked to below. The problem with the rotavirus vaccine is it can kill.  The other problem is the rotavirus is no risk to your child.

Read on for why. 

30 Seconds of your time could save a child’s life, so click the link and sign the petition:

To Director, Christian Medical College: Release Rotavirus Vaccine Trial Data

Rotavirus vaccine is given to children to interrupt the circulation of the rotavirus to prevent diahorrea.  In developed western economies this is not a killer disease.  The vaccine is part of a programme directed to eradication of the virus.  Your child gets the vaccine because some anonymous officials have decided they don’t want to develop a proper treatment.  They want to be heroes and claim the credit for eradicating a disease which is no threat to your child or any child in your entire country.  It does not seem to matter who gets in the way.  That your healthy child is put at risk of death on the way somehow does not seem important to some of them.  That larger numbers of third world economy children are put at risk also seems not so important – just as long as no one identifies and names those concerned as pushing a killer vaccine.

Rotavirus vaccine causes some children’s intestine to fold into or collapse into itself.  This is called intussusception.  It is dangerous and a killer.  It seems that many if not all rotavirus vaccines have this problem.  So if you are in a developed western country you have every right to insist 1) your child is not given a rotavirus vaccine and 2) those who push the vaccines develop effective treatments instead for the very few who might have a problem with the virus.

This killer vaccine is no benefit to your healthy baby, but is a threat even to your baby in the USA:  Intussusception Risk after Rotavirus Vaccination in U.S. Infants N Engl J Med 2014; 370:1766May 1, 2014DOI: 10.1056/NEJMc1402790.  This “telescoping” often blocks food or fluid from passing through. Intussusception also cuts off the blood supply to the part of the intestine that’s affected. Intussusception can lead to a tear in the bowel (perforation), infection and death of bowel tissue. It requires an x-ray and surgery to diagnose and correct the situation.

See the end of this post for a list of the top countries listed where rotavirus is of zero risk and for those where it is near negligible risk.

So you should be asking, why is my baby being given this vaccine?  And if you are in the USA, with the imminent introduction of the US “Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015” you have to ask why is the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices mandating a useless vaccine for my child which only puts my child at risk of death.  Under the Bill currently before Congress your child has to have vaccines ACIP mandates – no if’s, no but’s and no religious or conscientious exemptions and even if the vaccine is pointless and puts your child at risk including of death – like rotavirus vaccine [courtesy of Dr Paul Offit].

This brings us to the science and the main topic of this post.  Rotavirus Vaccine 116E has according to a letter in the journal Vaccine in 2015, been tested in only 4532 infants (4532 received vaccine; 2187 were controls). There was an excess of 11 cases of intussusception per 10,000 vaccinated. This is 5 to 10 times higher than the risk of intussusception with Rotashield vaccine (which was withdrawn from the market) and nearly 70 times higher than the risk of intussusception with the current, internationally licensed vaccine, RotaTeq.  Ultrasound evidence of intussusception was found in 17 who had received the 116E vaccine (3.75/1000 or 37.5/10,000) and in 6 babies receiving placebo (2.636/1000 or 26.36/10,000): Letter to Editor – Intussusception risk with 116E rotavirus vaccine in Vellore, South India. Drs Jalaj Bajaj & Jacob M. Puliyel Vaccine 2015

So please click the link and sign this petition:

To Director, Christian Medical College: Release Rotavirus Vaccine Trial Data

The WHO has said it is unethical not to disclose data from a trial of this nature. Instead of disclosing the data, there is concern it is planned to do an uncontrolled trial in 100,000 more children exposing them to risk of death without disclosing the data from the previous trial. The full data must be provided from the Vellore trial.

Intussusception rates varied in the different regions studied by John and colleagues. In Vellore it was 581/100,000 child-years and in Delhi it was much lower – 27.7/100,000 child-years. John J, et al Active surveillance for intussusception in a phase III efficacy trial of an oral mono-valent rotavirus vaccine in India. Vaccine 2014;32 (August (Suppl. 1)):A104–9.

The regional differences in intussusception rates could mean that it may be more risky to use the vaccine in some areas. The authors called for segregated data from Vellore for vaccinated and control where the intussusceptions cases were highest. This data could also point out if a certain section of the population were more susceptible to adverse effects. However despite several attempts the data is not being shared which is a cause for great concern.

We would request the Director, Christian Medical College to release the trial data as per the recent WHO call for ethics and transparency in research.

Don’t be pushed around by some of the thugs and bullies who accuse people concerned for children’s safety that they are “anti-vaccine” instead of pro children’s safety.  They are encouraged by Dr Ben Goldacre’s BadScience Forum or some thugs and bullies amongst those individuals who congregate at Dr David Gorski’s rants on the non-science or near science-free “scienceblogs” blog or by the likes of Dr Paul Offit, who attacks anyone whilst making money from his own rotavirus patents: Paul Offit – Liar “Doctor of Vaccine Profit” Voted His Patented Rotavirus Vaccine For US Children When On Vaccine Safety Committee.

TABLE – RISK OF DEATH FROM ROTAVIRUS DIAHORREA

A word of warning about the statistics.  These are World Health Organisation estimates.  In CHS’s opinion WHO is not a reliable source of data and their estimates can be what we believe is exaggerated.  Do not forget that it was the WHO’s SAGE Committee headed by the UK’s Professor David Salisbury which brought us the swine flu debacle and at least 800 children who developed the serious condition of narcolepsy from GSK’s in our view near pointless for children swine flu vaccine.  Some of the people who push vaccines appear in our opinion to be fanatics who do not listen to science, ethics or reason.

ISO3 Country 2008 rotavirus deaths, aged < 5 95%
confidence interval
 < 5 rota mortality rate (per 100 000 population < 5)
AND Andorra <10 0 -10 0 0.1
ARE United Arab Emirates <10 0 -10 0 0.3
AUS Australia <10 0 -10 0 0.2
AUT Austria <10 0 -10 0 0.2
BEL Belgium <10 0 -10 0 0.5
BHS Bahamas <10 0 -10 0 0.1
BLR Belarus <10 0 -10 0 0.1
BRB Barbados <10 0 -10 0 0.0
BRN Brunei Darussalam <10 0 -10 0 0.2
CAN Canada <10 0 -10 0 0.0
CHE Switzerland <10 0 -10 0 0.0
CHL Chile <10 0 -10 0 0.1
COK Cook Islands <10 0 -10 0 0.0
CYP Cyprus <10 0 -10 0 0.1
CZE Czech Republic <10 0 -10 0 0.3
DEU Germany <10 0 -10 0 0.1
DMA Dominica <10 0 -10 0 0.0
DNK Denmark <10 0 -10 0 0.4
ESP Spain <10 0 -10 0 0.1
EST Estonia <10 0 -10 0 0.0
FIN Finland <10 0 -10 0 0.2
FRA France 18 12 – 23 0 0.5
GBR United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland <10 0 -10 0 0.0
GRC Greece <10 0 -10 0 0.0
GRD Grenada <10 0 -10 0 0.0
HUN Hungary <10 0 -10 0 0.1
IRL Ireland <10 0 -10 0 0.0
ISL Iceland <10 0 -10 0 0.0
ISR Israel <10 0 -10 0 0.0
ITA Italy <10 0 -10 0 0.0
JPN Japan 20 14 – 26 0 0.5
KNA Saint Kitts and Nevis <10 0 -10 0 0.0
KOR Republic of Korea <10 0 -10 0 0.1
KWT Kuwait <10 0 -10 0 0.2
LUX Luxembourg <10 0 -10 0 0.0
LVA Latvia <10 0 -10 0 0.0
MCO Monaco <10 0 -10 0 0.1
MLT Malta <10 0 -10 0 0.0
MNE Montenegro <10 0 -10 0 0.0
NLD Netherlands <10 0 -10 0 0.2
NOR Norway <10 0 -10 0 0.5
NZL New Zealand <10 0 -10 0 0.2
POL Poland <10 0 -10 0 0.0
PRT Portugal <10 0 -10 0 0.0
SGP Singapore <10 0 -10 0 0.0
SMR San Marino <10 0 -10 0 0.0
SRB Serbia <10 0 -10 0 0.0
SVK Slovakia <10 0 -10 0 0.1
SVN Slovenia <10 0 -10 0 0.0
SWE Sweden <10 0 -10 0 0.3
SYC Seychelles <10 0 -10 0 0.0
USA United States of America 14 10 – 19 0 0.0
VCT Saint Vincent and the Grenadines <10 0 -10 0 0.0
ARG Argentina 45 41 – 49 1 0.4
BGR Bulgaria <10 0 -10 1 0.3
BHR Bahrain <10 0 -10 1 0.3
BIH Bosnia and Herzegovina <10 0 -10 1 0.5
CRI Costa Rica <10 0 -10 1 0.3
CUB Cuba <10 0 -10 1 0.7
HRV Croatia <10 0 -10 1 0.6
LCA Saint Lucia <10 0 -10 1 0.2
LTU Lithuania <10 0 -10 1 0.3
MUS Mauritius <10 0 -10 1 0.4
MYS Malaysia 15 14 – 16 1 0.4
NIU Niue <10 0 -10 1 0.3
QAT Qatar <10 0 -10 1 0.6
ROU Romania 14 13 – 16 1 0.4
RUS Russian Federation 90 82 – 99 1 0.4
UKR Ukraine 16 14 – 17 1 0.2
ATG Antigua and Barbuda <10 0 -10 2 0.9
TTO Trinidad and Tobago <10 0 -10 2 0.4
URY Uruguay <10 0 -10 2 0.9
ALB Albania <10 0 -10 3 0.7
ARM Armenia <10 0 -10 3 0.7
LBN Lebanon <10 0 -10 3 0.5
MDA Republic of Moldova <10 0 -10 3 0.6
MKD The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia <10 0 -10 3 1.1
OMN Oman <10 0 -10 3 1.1
THA Thailand 153 139 – 168 3 1.2
TUR Turkey 188 171 – 206 3 0.7
TUV Tuvalu <10 0 -10 3 0.4
LKA Sri Lanka 72 65 – 78 4 1.0
MEX Mexico 464 422 – 507 4 1.1
BRA Brazil 857 780 – 937 5 1.3
CHN China 4161 3,783 – 4,548 5 1.2
LBY Libyan Arab Jamahiriya 38 35 – 42 5 1.4
PLW Palau <10 0 -10 5 1.1
COL Colombia 282 256 – 308 6 1.5
KAZ Kazakhstan 92 84 – 101 6 0.7
SLV El Salvador 34 31 – 38 6 1.4
FJI Fiji <10 0 -10 7 1.9
SYR Syrian Arab Republic 173 158 – 190 7 2.1
VNM Viet Nam 524 476 – 572 7 1.3
VUT Vanuatu <10 0 -10 7 2.1
BLZ Belize <10 0 -10 8 2.2
SAU Saudi Arabia 241 219 – 263 8 2.1
SUR Suriname <10 0 -10 8 1.3
TUN Tunisia 68 62 – 75 8 2.1
EGY Egypt 819 697 – 945 9 1.8
MDV Maldives <10 0 -10 9 2.4
PER Peru 277 244 – 311 9 2.1
SLB Solomon Islands <10 0 -10 9 1.6
TON Tonga <10 0 -10 9 2.8
VEN Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) 251 228 – 275 9 2.2
JOR Jordan 75 68 – 82 10 2.0
MNG Mongolia 26 24 – 29 10 1.2
ECU Ecuador 162 143 – 182 11 2.4
PAN Panama 38 34 – 41 11 2.5
WSM Samoa <10 0 -10 12 3.0
FSM Micronesia (Federated States of) <10 0 -10 13 1.5
GEO Georgia 35 32 – 38 14 2.6
PHL Philippines 1564 1,422 – 1,710 14 2.2
NRU Nauru <10 0 -10 15 1.8
PRY Paraguay 121 110 – 132 16 3.1
GUY Guyana 17 15 – 18 22 3.9
NIC Nicaragua 147 130 – 165 22 3.5
NAM Namibia 66 56 – 76 23 2.4
CPV Cape Verde 13 11 – 15 24 3.1
DOM Dominican Republic 274 249 – 300 26 4.4
HND Honduras 257 234 – 281 27 5.0
MHL Marshall Islands <10 0 -10 28 5.0
BWA Botswana 67 57 – 78 30 2.8
PNG Papua New Guinea 277 252 – 303 30 2.2
PRK Democratic People’s Republic of Korea 517 440 – 595 30 4.4
JAM Jamaica 78 71 – 85 32 6.1
IRN Iran (Islamic Republic of) 1974 1,795 – 2,158 33 5.3
DZA Algeria 1173 998 – 1,354 34 4.2
LAO Lao People’s Democratic Republic 281 256 – 307 40 3.2
UZB Uzbekistan 1091 992 – 1,193 41 3.4
AZE Azerbaijan 329 299 – 360 44 3.6
MAR Morocco 1316 1,121 – 1,520 44 5.4
IDN Indonesia 9970 9,066 – 10,899 45 5.8
IRQ Iraq 2257 1,921 – 2,598 46 5.4
KGZ Kyrgyzstan 259 236 – 283 48 5.1
GAB Gabon 95 81 – 109 52 3.2
LSO Lesotho 143 122 – 165 52 2.5
ZWE Zimbabwe 903 769 – 1,043 54 2.9
TKM Turkmenistan 284 259 – 311 55 4.4
ZAF South Africa 2882 2,454 – 3,328 56 4.1
KIR Kiribati <10 0 -10 60 5.8
GHA Ghana 2090 1,780 – 2,413 61 3.6
KHM Cambodia 921 837 – 1,007 61 4.8
TLS Timor-Leste 114 97 – 131 63 4.5
BGD Bangladesh 9857 8,392 – 11,347 65 6.0
GTM Guatemala 1502 1,323 – 1,684 71 9.8
NPL Nepal 2601 2,214 – 2,994 72 6.6
SWZ Swaziland 112 95 – 129 72 3.9
BOL Bolivia (Plurinational State of) 946 833 – 1,061 76 6.2
IND India 98621 83,958 – 113,521 77 5.5
STP Sao Tome and Principe 18 16 – 21 78 4.6
MDG Madagascar 2787 2,374 – 3,218 88 6.0
ERI Eritrea 730 621 – 842 89 6.1
SEN Senegal 1951 1,661 – 2,252 98 5.4
BTN Bhutan 72 61 – 83 99 7.7
TJK Tajikistan 865 787 – 946 101 7.0
MWI Malawi 2558 2,178 – 2,954 102 4.3
GMB Gambia 290 247 – 335 104 4.6
COM Comoros 126 107 – 145 107 5.4
TZA United Republic of Tanzania 8171 6,958 – 9,434 108 5.8
CIV Côte d’Ivoire 3393 2,889 – 3,917 116 4.1
MOZ Mozambique 4481 3,815 – 5,173 116 3.6
MMR Myanmar 4717 4,016 – 5,430 119 8.1
COG Congo 723 616 – 835 121 5.8
BEN Benin 1757 1,496 – 2,029 122 4.5
LBR Liberia 771 656 – 890 122 4.8
TGO Togo 1050 894 – 1,212 123 5.3
KEN Kenya 8005 6,817 – 9,243 125 6.4
DJI Djibouti 142 121 – 165 128 6.2
GNQ Equatorial Guinea 131 112 – 152 129 4.5
YEM Yemen 5094 4,337 – 5,864 132 7.4
SDN Sudan 8450 7,195 – 9,756 135 5.9
GIN Guinea 2328 1,982 – 2,687 145 4.6
MRT Mauritania 780 664 – 900 156 6.3
ZMB Zambia 3617 3,080 – 4,176 160 5.9
NGA Nigeria 41057 34,960 – 47,402 161 4.7
UGA Uganda 10637 9,058 – 12,281 173 7.3
CAF Central African Republic 1162 989 – 1,341 181 4.9
HTI Haiti 2234 1,968 – 2,505 182 10.3
PAK Pakistan 39144 33,324 – 45,058 191 9.5
CMR Cameroon 5825 4,960 – 6,725 196 6.2
RWA Rwanda 3472 2,957 – 4,009 206 8.8
SLE Sierra Leone 2058 1,752 – 2,376 218 5.0
BFA Burkina Faso 6228 5,303 – 7,191 222 5.3
ETH Ethiopia 28218 24,028 – 32,579 235 9.8
NER Niger 7473 6,363 – 8,627 258 7.3
MLI Mali 7253 6,176 – 8,374 262 6.1
AGO Angola 8788 7,483 – 10,147 263 6.9
GNB Guinea-Bissau 641 545 – 740 273 7.7
COD Democratic Republic of the Congo 32653 27,804 – 37,699 283 7.0
BDI Burundi 3561 3,032 – 4,111 314 9.5
SOM Somalia 5110 4,351 – 5,899 317 7.6
TCD Chad 6347 5,405 – 7,328 327 8.0
AFG Afghanistan 25423 21,643 – 29,263 474 13.8

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