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Doctors Change Names of Diseases When Vaccines Do Not Work

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posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 04:20 PM
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I couldn't find this article on here already, sorry if it is.

Doctors change names of diseases

Doctors around the world are being faced with children catching the diseases they have been vaccinated against. Rather than diagnosing these children correctly, professionals have discovered that the doctors are giving the diseases new names. This suggests a cover up is going on and the vaccinations we are all being told are safe and effective are in fact completely useless.



It appears that they could be right because news has just been released that 47,500 children became paralyzed after polio vaccinations in India in 2011. According to Dr Jacob a member of the national technical advisory group on immunization and of the working group on the food and drug regulation in 2011 after receiving the polio vaccination, an additional 47,500 children were newly paralyzed, over and above the standard rate of 2 children per 100,000 non-polio AFP (acute flaccid paralysis) cases



In answer to an article titled ‘Polio eradication: a complex end game – Polio Eradication by Vaccination,’ she wrote:

“Polio eradication by vaccination?

Let me quote some original seminal medical research.

Anderson et al. (1951) in his article “Poliomyelitis occurring after antigen injections” (Pediatrics; 7(6): 741-759) wrote “During the last year several investigators have reported the occurrence of poliomyelitis after a few weeks after injection of some antigen. Martin in England noted 25 cases in which paralysis of a single limb occurred within 28 days of injection of antigen into that limb, and two cases following penicillin injections.”

She continued:

“Geffen, studying the 1949 poliomyelitis cases in London, observed 30 patients who had received an antigen within four weeks, noting also that the paralysis involved especially the extremity into which the injection had been given.

Dr Scheibner provided many examples of researched evidence proving that vaccinations have been causing cases of paralysis and polio for many years.



I don't know exactly how legit this site is but it wouldn't surprise me if it's true that doctors change the name of diseases.

What do you think ATS?




posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 04:27 PM
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Polio vaccines work. How many people do you know with polio? Or who have had polio? Do you know what it does to a developing limb?

I have known 2 in my life who have had polio. One was an old lady (a teacher of mine) whose back was deformed from it (she was stooped and bent to the side). The other was a football teammate in college. Hers was caused by not being vaccinated back in the 30's when she had it. His was caused by the immunization (and it made his left leg not grow to its full size....and he was still a real badass offensive lineman).

I know some indian folks. They all know several people who have had polio. They all have family that have died from it. The family that typically didn't have polio cases were the families that were more American. The folks back in India, who didn't get vaccinated, kept getting polio.

I am not saying vaccines are all a good idea. But polio....emphatically YES. Vaccinate your kids.



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 04:45 PM
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Evidently the people in India may have some genetic expression that causes this to happen. I don't think they should be giving this vaccine to them if it does this to some people. Blame it on a new disease is what they do, if people get the flu here when vaccinated, they just say the bug has mutated and give it another number.

They will be coming out with a new strain of vaccines that boost the special virus killing cells in the body after they finish the testing on it. Or you could just eat some strawberries, does the same thing without getting stabbed.
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posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 05:22 PM
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Doctors Change Names of Diseases When Vaccines Do Not Work

Of course they do. All theories are infallible and were never ever in history disproved at later dates.
And correlation is ALWAYS causation when it's a wonder-claim for your product and there's potential gains at stake!
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posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 05:57 PM
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bigfatfurrytexan
Polio vaccines work. How many people do you know with polio? Or who have had polio? Do you know what it does to a developing limb?

I have known 2 in my life who have had polio. One was an old lady (a teacher of mine) whose back was deformed from it (she was stooped and bent to the side). The other was a football teammate in college. Hers was caused by not being vaccinated back in the 30's when she had it. His was caused by the immunization (and it made his left leg not grow to its full size....and he was still a real badass offensive lineman).

I know some indian folks. They all know several people who have had polio. They all have family that have died from it. The family that typically didn't have polio cases were the families that were more American. The folks back in India, who didn't get vaccinated, kept getting polio.

I am not saying vaccines are all a good idea. But polio....emphatically YES. Vaccinate your kids.


The polio vaccine isnt what stopped the polio epidemic. Stopping the wholesale removal of childrens tonsils is what stopped the epidemic. It was later discovered that the tonsils are the organ that makes the antibodies to stop polio naturally.

When they started just removing them from kids all the time for no reason this led to the severe outbreak back in the day.

Stopping this practice stopped the epidemic.
ajph.aphapublications.org...


During recent months serious consideration has been given to the effect of
tonsil operations on susceptibility to infection with the virus of poliomyelitis. Dr.
Kenneth F. Maxcy, who is retiring after a very distinguished career as a leader in
the field of epidemiology at Johns Hopkins, has summarized the evidence on this
point for us. We are grateful for this succinct summary.
In addition to the specific antigen-antibody interaction of poliomyelitis, it has
become apparent in the past three decades that certain nonspecific factors and
conditions may determine distribution of the virus in the central nervous system
and, possibly, also the relative frequency of infections resulting in paralysis.
Among those factors which have been considered are: endocrine changes, dietary
deficiency, pregnancy, excessive physical activity and fatigue, subcutaneous or
intramuscular inoculation of antigenic materials, and tonsillectomy. Evidence of
the predisposing or provoking effect of at least the last three is fairly convincing.
Our interest here, however, is limited to the last named condition.


I suggest reading the link, it is very interesting, and from right after the end of the epidemic.



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 06:13 PM
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Wow.. my grandmothers cousin had polio when she was a small girl and her tonsils were never removed and something what happened in US like mass tonsils removals .. happened only in US so how can it be a cause of polio around the world..

What you are saying is that we had polio in Europe because people in US got their tonsils removed..

My grandmother`s cousin was a only child in a family in young age she had polio, she grew up as a hunchback and her other leg was twisted and smaller also her hips were damaged, her face was half paralyzed. She never found a man or had a family on her own, she lived with her parents and when they died in old age she moved in the town center where she could get help for living, but she died in two months after just in sorrow as she had never before been alone without her parents..




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posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 06:17 PM
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well...clean water may have helped, too. Like, putting chemicals in swimming pools and encouraging people to use them and water parks instead of the creek.

The article was very interesting. what I took away from it was that when you have a tonsillectomy, you have a greater risk of bulbar polio, which is deadly and critically debilitating when compared to spinal polio (itself, no walk in the park). So if you get your tonsils out, you run the risk of having a bulbar localization if you contract the virus. If you don't contract the virus, there is no change in risk for a patient missing the tonsils



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 06:41 PM
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bigfatfurrytexan
Polio vaccines work. How many people do you know with polio? Or who have had polio? Do you know what it does to a developing limb?

I have known 2 in my life who have had polio. One was an old lady (a teacher of mine) whose back was deformed from it (she was stooped and bent to the side). The other was a football teammate in college. Hers was caused by not being vaccinated back in the 30's when she had it. His was caused by the immunization (and it made his left leg not grow to its full size....and he was still a real badass offensive lineman).

I know some indian folks. They all know several people who have had polio. They all have family that have died from it. The family that typically didn't have polio cases were the families that were more American. The folks back in India, who didn't get vaccinated, kept getting polio.

I am not saying vaccines are all a good idea. But polio....emphatically YES. Vaccinate your kids.

Did you read the link? It's not just about polio vaccines.
Yes some vaccines work and some don't. I don't personally know of anyone with polio but I do know that polio is being problematic and some of the vaccines are causing paralysis.

I don't know what is the polio vaccine that is having problems but I know if I had a kid right now, I'd be debating about getting the kid vaccinated against polio like I would with every other vaccine. We've all assumes that vaccines are the right choice but we also thought that chemo was the right choice for people with cancer and that is looking like that isn't the best choice.

My Mom has no immune system due to her illnesses so she is always told to get vaccinated against the flu. In the last 6yrs, every time she has gotten vaccinated against the flu, she got the flu from the shot. She was super mad when she got the swine flu after having been vaccinated and was sick for 2 1/2 months. This year my Mom decided not to get vaccinated against the flu and she ended up not getting sick at all. I know this isn't the case for everyone but it is something that should be considered.

We don't know all the effects that can come with injecting our bodies with a virus (and other crap that is in the vaccine) and everyone reacts differently to things. I just don't think it should be sugar coated if something isn't working as it should.



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 06:43 PM
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Ok so if the unnecessary removal of the tonsil is what caused polio, and that has since stopped, what is causing the polio outbreak going on now?



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 06:45 PM
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Let's face it, those baddies have the ability to adapt, mutate and grow stronger, so, of course, doctors will rename them because they are now a different animal.



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 06:53 PM
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Please read my response (the one you are replying to) to help clarify whether or not i read the link.

You may focus on the part where I say, "What I took from it...."



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 07:35 PM
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It was very common in the entire western world at the time, because they didnt think they did anything.

Read the article I linked. I am not saying anything, some of the greatest medical minds of the 50's at John Hopkins said this stuff.

And also came to the conclusion that the result of them removing the tonsils of so many children they believe made what would have been an outbreak, into a pandemic.

No polio did come around because of they removed tonsils, it was always there, the removal of the tonsils turned the situation much worse, by removing one of your bodies defensive barriers to the disease. It is like removing your skin and wondering why you got a infection.

Yes vaccines have all but wiped it off the face of the earth, but it was not them that turned an epidemic into a success, it was when the doctors that wrote the article I linked to found a link between tonsil removal and catching polio, so they stopped doing it.

Just read the article it is fascinating, and they even discovered the link between the vaccine ( called antigen at the time) and people still catching polio, especially in the limb that was injected with the vaccine.



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 07:37 PM
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Doctors DO change the names of diseases - to hide the fact that the same disease acts in different ways on different organs and systems, and to give credit to the guy who discovered the latest 'manifestation.' It's called "eponymity" - meaning (the disease) becoming anonymous through application of eponyms.



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 08:31 PM
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knoledgeispower

I don't know exactly how legit this site is but it wouldn't surprise me if it's true that doctors change the name of diseases.

What do you think ATS?


Well, it's an anti-vax site, so likely that little of it is true.

However, I read your OP twice, and I'm not seeing where "doctors change the names of diseases". I see some anti-vax carping but no place does it seem to say 'here, they changed the name of polio to epizoodix and HID the fact that the vaccine doesn't work'.



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 09:01 PM
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Bedlam

knoledgeispower

I don't know exactly how legit this site is but it wouldn't surprise me if it's true that doctors change the name of diseases.

What do you think ATS?


Well, it's an anti-vax site, so likely that little of it is true.

However, I read your OP twice, and I'm not seeing where "doctors change the names of diseases". I see some anti-vax carping but no place does it seem to say 'here, they changed the name of polio to epizoodix and HID the fact that the vaccine doesn't work'.

It's in the article:


Health officials convinced the Chinese to rename the bulk of their polio cases Guillaine Barre Syndrome (GBS). A study found that the new disorder (Chinese Paralytic Syndrome) and the GBS was really polio.


It appears that the Chinese may not have been the only country to adopt this philosophy. Anla et al reported children being diagnosed with GBS immediately after polio vaccinations in Turkey. In an article published in Neurology India. (6) Anla reported that five children became ill with GBS following a national oral polio vaccination campaign to eradicate the disease in Turkey



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 10:27 PM
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it's due to all the antibiotics inside of the "meat" we all eat, it is making us all immune to vaccinations and also powerful antibiotics might not work later in life, because the body has already grown immune to it. all so a company can sell more meat.



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 11:16 PM
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rickymouse
They will be coming out with a new strain of vaccines that boost the special virus killing cells in the body after they finish the testing on it. Or you could just eat some strawberries, does the same thing without getting stabbed.
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Except eating strawberries does t expose your immune system to the attenuated virus causing formation of memory B cells. So ya strawberries and vaccines are nothing alike.

Try again.



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 11:29 PM
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That's not a crafty name change, that's a misdiagnosis. GBS is real and it's not polio, but they have some symptoms in common.



posted on Feb, 26 2014 @ 11:53 PM
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it's not a misdiagnoses if health officials told China to rename it that.



posted on Feb, 27 2014 @ 01:01 AM
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knoledgeispower
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it's not a misdiagnoses if health officials told China to rename it that.


If they did, then it's not doctors renaming a disease, it's some oppressive political regime. Still doesn't really match the title.



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