Chicken Pox

Report
Vaccinations:
Make an informed
choice !
Dr. Nancy Elwartowski
Chiropractor
Diplomat in Chiropractic
Pediatrics
20 years experience treating
adults and children And……
NEVER
VACCINATED !
Why A Chiropractor?
The Disease , symptoms and worse case
senario.
The vaccine, its ingredients, recorded adverse
reactions
How to boost immunity
How to become exempt
Resources for further education
Vaccine Schedule
APA IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE
BIRTH:
hepatitis B
1-4 MONTHS hepatitis B
2 MONTHS
Diphtheria-Pertussis-Tetanus
Polio Hib
PCV Rotateq
4 MONTHS
6 MONTHS
Feb 2007
= 1 vaccine
= 1 vaccine
=
7 vaccines
Diphtheria-Pertussis-Tetanus
Polio H. influenzae Rotateq
= 7 vaccines
Diphtheria-Pertussis-Tetanus
Rotateq Hib PCV
=
6-18 MONTHS
Hepatitis B, Polio
6 months- 18 years (yearly) Influenza
12-15 MONTHS
12-18 MONTHS
15-18 MONTHS
MMR
Hib Varicella PCV
Hepatitis A (twice)
6 vaccines
= 2 vaccines
= 1 vaccine
= 6 vaccines
=
Diphtheria-Pertussis-Tetanus =
2 vaccines
3 vaccines
36 vaccines by 18
months of age !
4 to 6 YEARS - Diphtheria-Pertussis-Tetanus
Varicella MMR
Polio
= 8 vaccines
11-12 YEARS HPV
2-18 YEARS -
Tetanus
MCV4
MCV4
diphtheria
= 3 vaccines
= 1 vaccine
68 TOTAL VACCINATIONS!
Indiana law
 20-8.1-7-9.5. Immunization against specific
diseases required
(a) Every child residing in Indiana shall be immunized
against:
 (1) diphtheria;
(2) pertussis (whooping cough);
(3) tetanus;
(4) measles;
(5) rubella;
(6) poliomyelitis; and
(7) mumps.
 (b) Every child residing in Indiana who enters
kindergarten or grade 1 shall be immunized against
hepatitis B.
HEPATITIS B
Hepatitis is a viral infection which can
cause inflammation of the liver leading to
cirrhosis, cancer or death.
Contracted from promiscuous sex and drug
needles
There is an antibiotic that treats Hep B, or
hep B immuniglobulin
What's in the Hep B vax?
(Given at birth, 1 and 6 months)
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Aluminum hydroxide
Thimerosol medium: yeast (5%)
Sodium Chloride
Phosphate buffers
Hepatitis B virus antigen
Vaccine adverse reactions
 Incidence 1% to 10% of Injections:
 Local Reactions at Injection Site:
Induration (sign of infection); erythema
(redness); swelling.
 Body as a Whole: Fever (>99.5°F).
 Nervous System: Headache; dizziness.
Incidence <1% of Injections:
 Local Reactions at Injection Site: Pain; pruritus; ecchymosis.
 Body as a Whole: Sweating; malaise; chills; weakness; flushing; tingling.
 Cardiovascular System: Hypotension.
 Respiratory System: Influenza-like symptoms; upper respiratory tract
illnesses.
 Gastrointestinal System: Nausea; anorexia; abdominal pain/cramps; vomiting;
constipation; diarrhea.
 Lymphatic System: Lymphadenopathy.
 Musculoskeletal System: Pain/stiffness in arm, shoulder, or neck; arthralgia;
myalgia; back pain.
 Skin and Appendages: Rash; urticaria; petechiae; pruritus; erythema.
 Nervous System: Somnolence; insomnia; irritability; agitation
Hypersensitivity: Anaphylaxis; erythema multiforme including StevensJohnson syndrome; angioedema; arthritis. An apparent hypersensitivity
syndrome (serum sickness–like) of delayed onset has been reported days to
weeks after vaccination, including: arthralgia/arthritis (usually transient), fever,
and dermatologic reactions such as urticaria, erythema multiforme,
ecchymoses, and erythema nodosum
 Cardiovascular System: Tachycardia/palpitations.
 Respiratory System: Bronchospasm including
asthma-like symptoms.
 Gastrointestinal System: Abnormal liver function
tests; dyspepsia.
 Nervous System: Migraine; syncope; paresis;
neuropathy including hypoesthesia, paresthesia,
Guillain-Barré syndrome and Bell’s palsy, transverse
myelitis; optic neuritis; multiple sclerosis; seizures.
 Hematologic: Thrombocytopenia.
 Skin and Appendages: Eczema; purpura; herpes
zoster; erythema nodosum; alopecia.
 Special Senses: Conjunctivitis; keratitis; visual
disturbances; vertigo; tinnitus; earache.
Hepatitis B vaccine
 VAERS reports under the age of 6
months,
 4.08% died.
 2.66% Life threatening
 2.07% Permanent disability
 11.76% hospitalized
 1.02% prolonged hospitalization
 20.6% trip to ER
Hepatitis vaccine
and MS
DTP
Diptheria
Pertussis (whooping cough)
Tetanus
Diptheria - bacteria infect
Cough sneeze spreads
2-5 days aft infect sx appear
Sore throat, headache, coughing, fever,
swollen lymph.
Thick membrane throat, tonsils impair
breathing
Inflam heart ms, resp paralysis
treatable
 Antibiotics
 Heart failure treated w/medication
 Breathing aided w/ respirator
 Antitoxin can be used after exposure
Vaccine ingredients
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Formaldehyde
Thimersal
Aluminum potassium sulfate
Washed sheep RBC's
1975 FDA
Vaccine
Diptheria toxoid (vaccine)
"is not as effective an immunizing agent as
might be anticipated"
"the permanence of immunity induced by
the toxoid …is open to question"
50 %Cases of diptheria caused by vaccine
PERTUSSIS
What is it?
 Bacteria - whooping cough, try to catch
breath after severe coughing attack.
 3 stages : 1-2 wks difficulty breathing dev
cough &fever.
 2nd lasts 2-3 wks severe cough attacks
late day into nite ,poss convulsions (o2)
 3rd cough lessons recovery occuring
 Can last 2-3 months
 Rarely fatal
 No treatment for it, antibiotics and cough
suppressant
vaccine
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40-45% effective
Immunity not sustained
Contains formaldehyde (carcinogen)
Thimerosal (toxic)
Aluminum potassium sulfate (toxic)
Contraindications: severe allergies (ie.,
*cow's milk)
*Prematurity
ill child (runny nose, cough, ear infection,
etc)
Vaccine Side effects
 Fever 106 degrees, pain, swelling,
diarrhea, projectile vomiting, excessive
sleepiness, high pitched screaming
(associated w/CNS damage)
inconsolable crying bouts, seizues,
convusions, collapse, shock, breathing
poblems, brain damage and SIDS
 asthma
Tetanus
Caused by
 Spores of anaerobic bacteria found in soil
and animal feces
4 types
 Neonatal - usually from unsterile
unblilical stump, rare in US
 Cephalic - Least common "lock Jaw"
 Localized - More common, locas spasms
that can last for weeks.
 Generalized - Most common Spasms all
over
Tetanus infection
 Diagnosis is purely clinical, no tests to
detect spore
 Recovery several weeks to months
 NOT A UNIFORMLY FATAL DISEASE
 Treatments are available for potential
infection
Tetanus Vaccine contains C. tetani grown in beef broth
 Formaldehyde
 Thimerosal
If possibly infected
 There is a tetanus immune globulin
 Contains antibodies to tetanus toxoid
 Made from plasma of donors who have
been vaccinated with Tetanus toxoid
Vaccine adverse reactions
 All joints painful
 Headache, nausea, vomiting
 Cardiac arrhythmias, tachycardia,
syncope (fainting)
 Cranial nerve paralysis
 Neurologic complications, EEG
disturbances, seizures and
encephalopathy
 Anaphylaxis and Guillian-Barre
Syndrome
What is Guillain-Barré syndrome?
 Guillain-Barré (ghee-yan bah-ray) body's immune system
attacks part of the peripheral nervous system. first symptoms
weakness or tingling sensations in the legs. spread to the arms
and upper body. These symptoms can increase in intensity until
certain muscles cannot be used at all and, when severe, the
patient is almost totally paralyzed. In these cases the disorder
is life threatening - potentially interfering with breathing and, at
times, with blood pressure or heart rate - and is considered a
medical emergency. Such a patient is often put on a respirator
to assist with breathing and is watched closely for problems
such as an abnormal heart beat, infections, blood clots, and
high or low blood pressure.
 Most patients, however, recover from even the most severe
cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome, although some continue to
have a certain degree of weakness.
side effects of DTP
death
autism
brain fever
convulsions
pain
drowsiness
muscle spasm
high-pitched screaming
permanent brain
damage
vomiting
fever
anorexia
POLIO
 Even under epidemic conditions, natural polio
produces no symptoms in over 90% of those exposed
to it.There have been no cases of wild polio in the US
in the last 20 years and those cases which have been
documented have been caused by the vaccine.
 Of every 100 people infected with polio,
90% remain symptomless
 9% develop slight signs, of stiff neck and
sore throat
 1% paralysis
 Can be carried months or years with no
effect.
Interesting side note
 Tonsillectomy: Doctor’s are starting to
think that the polio epidemics of the
1940’s and 1950’s may have been
caused by the high number of
tonsillectomies done in the 1920’, 30’s
and 40’s. They have discovered that the
only area of the body that can synthesize
the antibody to poliomyelitis is the tonsils.
If you don’t have tonsils you can’t fight off
polio.
 Killed virus Ipol® -grown on monkey kidney cells,
contains formaldehyde,
 triple antibiotics.
 Poliovax® -grown on cells from an aborted baby,
contains formaldehyde,
 cow serum
 triple antibiotic solution
 The monkey kidney cells used in the original killed
polio vaccine contains SIV-40 and has been found in
tumor cells of children whose parent's were vaccinated
against polio using the contaminated virus.
 The live vaccine is grown on monkey kidney cells,
antibiotics and calf serum.
Polio vaccine adverse
reactions
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Killed virus polio: temperature of *102° in up to 38%, sleepiness,
fussiness, crying, decreased appetite, vomiting, Guillain-Barré Syndrome
and allergic reaction in those allergic to neomycin, polymyxin B and
streptomycin.
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Live virus polio: Reactions include contraction of polio by those who
have received the virus and by those who have come into contact with
body fluids and wastes of the immunized person. Paralytic symptoms may
follow contraction of polio. Live virus is reportedly shed for up to 8 weeks
after the inoculation. Guillain-Barré Syndrome has also been noted.
POLIO
same pattern as
smallpox
All cases since 1970 among
VACCINATED
(Jonas Salk, 1977)
30 years later, American children are
still getting 4 separate polio shots!
HIB Not required, but very
encouraged
 Hemophyilis Influenza type b
 Not a disease but a bacteria. One of 3
common bacterias, along with
pneumoccal, meningitis.
 Since the vaccine, the other 2 bacteria
have increased
HIB vaccine ingredients
 haemophilus influenza B,
polyribosylribitol phosphate, yeast,
ammonium sulfate, thimerosal, and
chemically defined yeast-based medium
MMR
 Measles
 Mumps
 Rubella
Measles (9 day measles)
 Measles begins with fever ,then cough,
runny nose, and conjunctivitis ("pink
eye"). Infections of the middle ears,
pneumonia, croup, and diarrhea are
common complications. Measles
encephalitis (an infection of the brain)
occurs in 1 per 1,000 cases of natural
measles, frequently resulting in
permanent brain damage in the
survivors.
measles
 Approximately 5% of children (500 out of
10,000) with measles will develop
pneumonia. In addition, 1 to 3 of every
1,000 children who get measles in the
United States dies from the disease.
 Death is more common in infants, in
malnourished children, and among
immunocompromised persons, including
those with leukemia and HIV infection
Vaccine ingredients MMR
 measles, mumps, rubella live virus,
neomycin sorbitol, hydrolized gelatin,
chick embryonic fluid, and human diploid
cells from aborted fetal tissue
side effects of measles
vaccine
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paralysis
retardation
meningitis
MS
blood clots
autism
anaphylaxis
Reye’s Syndrome
Guillian Barr syndrome
seizure
infant diabetes
ENCEPHALITIS!
- Mendelsohn
 In the United States, two vaccines in the
routine pediatric immunization schedule
utilize human diploid cell cultures (from
aborted fetuses) in their manufacturing
process. They are the vaccine against
rubella (German measles), and the
vaccine against varicella (chickenpox
Mumps
 Humans are the only known natural host
for mumps virus. The virus is spread via
direct contact or by airborne droplets
from the URT and requires significant
contact for transmission
Mumps symptoms
 Non specific myalgia, headache, malais
and low grade fever followed by unilatera
or bilateral swellin of the parotic glands.
Illness completely resoves within one
week
 30% of case have no symptoms at all
Mumps concerns
Orchitis (testicle inflammation)
seen in post pubertal males
80% of cases are unilateral
Sterility VERY RARE; no loss of hormone fx
Oophoritis (Ovary inflammation)
Seen in post pubertal females
Sx tenderness and pain and can mimic
appendicitis if the rt ovary is involved.
No evidence of impaired fertility
Rubella (3 day measles)
Rubella symptoms
 Children generally have few symptoms,
but adults may experience fever,
headache, malaise, and a runny nose
before the rash appears. A person can
transmit the disease from 1 week before
the onset of the rash, until 1-2 weeks
after the rash disappears
Rubella
 The main reason to give Rubella vaccine
is to prevent birth defects.
Rubella vaccine adverse
reactions
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Chronic arthritis
Hearing loss
Optic neuritis, myelitis
Ebstein barr viris
Chicken Pox
The look of Chicken pox
 Chicken pox lesions
What is it?
 What is chickenpox?
Chickenpox, or varicella, is a contagious disease
caused by a virus. member of the herpes virus family.
Chickenpox is considered by many experts to be a
relatively harmless childhood disease.
 Symptoms include a fever, runny nose, sore throat,
and an itchy skin rash which can appear anywhere on
the body. The rash and disease usually disappear after
one or two weeks. The disease confers permanent
immunity; the child will not contract it again.
 Is chickenpox dangerous?
Chickenpox can be itchy and uncomfortable
for a few days. Serious problems are rare.
Every year, of the millions of people in the
United States who contract this disease,
about 50 die from related complications.
Many of these are in adults who did not have
chickenpox as a child, or in previously
unhealthy children-youngsters with already
weakened immune systems from other
diseases, such as AIDS, leukemia, or cancer
WHAT' S IN THE CHICKEN
POX VACCINE?
 Varivax - Chickenpox Merck & Co., Inc.
 varicella live virus neomycin phosphate,
sucrose, and monosodium glutamate
(MSG) processed gelatin, fetal bovine
serum, guinea pig embryo cells, albumin
from human blood, and human diploid
cells from aborted fetal tissue
Chicken Pox adverse
reactions
 Side effects and adverse reactions for the chicken pox vaccine
include: contracting chicken pox from the live vaccine (27%), pain
and redness at site, swelling, erythema, rash, pruritus, hematoma,
induration, stiffness, upper respiratory illness, cough,
irritability/nervousness, fatigue, disturbed sleep, diarrhea, loss of
appetite, vomiting, otitis, diaper rash/contact rash, nausea, eye
complaints, chills, lymphadenopathy, myalgia, lower respiratory
illness, headache, teething, malaise, abdominal pain, other rash,
allergic reactions including rash and hives, stiff neck, heat
rash/prickly heat, arthralgia, eczema/dry skin/dermatitis,
constipation, itching, pneunonitis, febrile seizures, and cold/canker
sore.
How safe is the
chickenpox vaccine?
 Adverse reactions in recipients of the
chickenpox vaccine occurred at a rate of
67.5 reports per 100,000 doses sold
 cases of neurological disorders, immune
system damage, blood disorders, brain
inflammation, seizures, and death
Hepatitis A Vaccine
Meningitis Vaccine
Not required for Indiana
BUT very highly recommended.
Especially for college
runaway increase
degenerative diseases
cancer
learning disabilities
diabetes
autism
influenza
neurological disorders
allergies
asthma
arthritis
- Conventional
Medicine
disease
vaccinations
polio………......……….………….…1954
diphtheria……….....………...mid 1940s
pertussis……………….......…mid 1940s
tetanus……………….......…..mid 1940s
measles/mumps/rubella………...1978
H. influenzae……...........….….....1985
hepatitis B……….….......…….….. 1991
chickenpox................................1995
PCV .......................................... 2002
Influenza …………………………….. 2005
MCV…………………………………….2006
Hepatitis A ………………………….2006
USA DEATHS
Year
POLIO
190119061911191619217229
19266038
19314545
19363666
19413539
19463799
19513826
19561604
19611076
1966928
1971-75
0
DIPHTHERIA PERTUSSIS
48,839
28,225
20,350
15,623
12,267
7074
4388
2189
1135
467
125
45
22
15
12
33,094
26,436
20,285
21,382
14,724
13,047
9850
6809
4399
1460
558
206
82
32
122
1901
19061911191619211926193119361941194619511956196119661971-75
TETANUS
28,065
16,318
11,503
8596
7818
6040
4709
3275
2384
1697
1093
788
550
282
122
MEASLES
11,956
10,837
7615
7926
4919
3994
2957
1238
1013
469
268
203
162
44
17
INFLUENZA
15,496
10,109
7086
54,283
13,673
17,602
11,191
8449
4366
1736
1178
938
553
633
491
AUTISM Rates
1978
1 /10,000
2000
2007
1/150
1/120 or 1/90
AUTISM in Indiana
1,095 cases in 1993
3,262 cases in 2002
= 273% increase
Genetics is not an epidemic
MERCURY
• third most deadly toxin in the
environment
• the most toxic non-radioactive
metal
 Day of birth:
mercury
hepatitis B - 12 mcg
30x safe level
 At 4 months: DPT and HiB on same
day - 50 mcg
60x safe level
 At 6 months: Hep B, Polio - 62.5 mcg
mercury
78x safe level
- FDA's Center for Eval. and Biologics
Research (Hepatitis Control Report, vol. 4,
no. 21, 1999. )
Stephanie Cave MD
San Diego Autism Conference
2000
By age two, American children
have received 237 micrograms
of mercury through vaccines
alone,
which
far
exceeds
current EPA ‘safe’ levels of
.1 mcg/kg. per day.
And then there is MSG..
 Diabetes,
 Seizures, Brain cell death, Brain damage,
Allergies, Headaches, Strokes,
Hypoglycemia, Brain Tumors
 Migraines and headaches, Autism, ADHD
and even Alzheimer's.
 MSG triples the amount of insulin the
pancreas creates, causing rats (and
humans?) to become obese
1
No vaccines are tested
for carcinogenicity
- PDR 2007
 Probably 20% of American children—one
youngster in five--- suffers from
"development disability". This is a stupefying
figure…...... the primary cause of
encephalitis...... is the childhood vaccination
program. To be specific, a large proportion of
the millions of US children and adults suffering
from autism, seizures, mental retardation,
hyperactivity, dyslexia, and other shoots or
branches of the hydraheaded entity called
"development disabilities", owe their disorders
to one or another of the vaccines against
childhood diseases."—Harris L. Coulter, Ph.D.
What I learned, in simple
terms, that made sense.
How to boost immunity
 Breast Feed for as long as possible
 Mom take Vitamins: Vitamin C10006000mg (or to bowel tolerance), Vitamin
E 400 IU, B-complex 20-30mg, beta
carotene 100mg, zinc 10mg, copper
200mcg, selenium 50mg, coenzyme Q10
mg, Vitamin A 2000IU
 Probiotics and Omega 3 fatty acids
For Children
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Vitamin C
Good multivitamin
Cholostrum
Probiotic
Omega 3 fatty acid (flax seed)
 Reduce sugar intake (fruit juices)
 Increase fiber
 Get adjusted, so nervous system
functions 100%!
Good books to have:
 Superimmunity for kids, by Leo Galland
MD
 Beyond Antibiotics, by Michael Schmidt
If forced or chose to vaccinate
1. Vitamin C- Pre-treat 5 days, the day of and 5
days after vaccination
adult - to bowel tolerance
child - 10mg/pound 1-2 times a day
2. Vitamin A: pre-treat 3 days before and day of
vaccination
adult- 100,000 IU/day
child - 25-50,000 IU/day
3. Immediately after vaccination:
Wipe w/ ALCOHOL, apply Mineral oil
poultice for minimum of 30 min.
Take 4-8 oz of colloidal silver daily
for a few wks
EDUCATE YOURSELF
Suggested resources
 Sherri Tenpenny DO DVD and
workbook
 www.whale.to
 Vaccination, The Hidden Truth (video on
whale.to)
 www.cure-guide.com
 http://www.909shot.com/
More resources…
 http://www.unc.edu/~aphillip/www/vaccin
e/informed.htm
 http://vaccineinfo.net/
 http://www.house.gov/reform/ (reports the
conflict of interest, of who is vaccinating
your child)
 http://www.nvic.org/state-site/Indiana.htm
(IN state law re: vaccine requirements)
Vaccine refusal form
 http://www.geocities.com/titus2birthing/VacR
efuse.html
 Religious exemption worksheet and
letter
http://www.geocities.com/titus2birthing/VacWk
st.html
http://www.geocities.com/titus2birthing/VacEx
empt.html
 http://www.vaclib.org/exempt/indiana.htm
(includes vitamin K exemption)
(daycare and preschool letters)
Vaccine Ingredients
http://www.vaccination.inoz.com/ingredie.ht
ml
Whom do you trust,
nature or man?
BJ Palmer:
"The school is public,
not the child."

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