VACCINES INTRODUCED 1985-1991 WERE NEVER STUDIED FOR AUTISM OR OTHER CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS
Chronic health conditions in children began growing rapidly at the same time that new vaccines were introduced 1985-1991, now impacting 1 in 2 adolescents. Autism, ADHD, food allergies, bowel diseases, and other conditions began growing exponentially in the late 1980s. diabetes, learning disability, depression, anxiety problems, speech problems, and other conditions.
The Hib vaccine was introduced in 1985, and replaced by the Hib conjugate vaccine in 1988, to avoid a death rate of 1 per 106,000 persons. The Hepatitis B vaccine was introduced for newborns in 1991 to avoid the risk of transmission from the mother which can occur in 1 in 480 births. HepB is a blood-borne illness not transmitted by casual contact, so an infant is not at risk unless the mother is HepB-positive.
Emerging science suggests abnormal immune stimulation can cause chronic health conditions. With the new vaccines, did we trade a low risk of disease for a high risk of developing a chronic health condition? Science hasn’t answer that question because there have not been studies of children who received versus didn’t receive one of these vaccines, with the exception of a single study which found a 3-fold increased risk of autism from the HepB vaccine.