Evidence Contradicts Whooping Cough Pro-Vaccine Propaganda

via: ActivistPost
by: Brandon Turbeville
Monday, July 23, 2012

In the traditional manner of annual pro-vaccine propaganda, a recent report by Laura L. Myers of Reuters published on July 20, 2012, continues the seasonal fear-mongering by the vaccine industry and the medical establishment in an attempt to stampede Americans into receiving the DTaP (Diptheria, Tetanus & Pertussis) vaccine.

Entitled, “U.S. whooping cough outbreak could be worst in half century,” the article repeats the warning that has undoubtedly come straight from the vaccine industry and the public health agencies they control, that 2012 “is on track to be the most severe [Pertussis outbreak] in over half a century . . .”

The culprit for the next outbreak that will kill us all? You guessed it – the lack of vaccination.

In her article Myers states (repeats) the claim that “possible waning vaccination” is the cause for the alleged increase in the numbers of Pertussis cases occurring in the United States in 2012.Myers (and every other mainstream media outlet that reprinted this drug company and medical agency press release) goes on to repeat the following statistics in a manner that is clearly intended to frighten the less-informed into rushing to their nearest clinic and begging for the DTaP shot.

She writes,Washington State, which declared an epidemic in April, and Wisconsin were particularly hard hit, with each reporting more than 3,000 cases, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Nine people have died overall and the number of cases was already more than double than at the same time last year.

The article continues by quoting Dr. Anne Schuchat of the CDC as stating that the current outbreak could actually overtake the most severe outbreak that allegedly occurred in 1959, “when 40,000 cases were reported.”

Continue Reading At: ActivistPost.com

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