Two Centuries Of Official Statistics—Vaccines Did Not Save Us!!


We are pretty sure that this is an information that the drug industry does not want you to see. You will see for yourself that, according to these 2 centuries of UK, U.S.A and Australian official death statistics show conclusively and clinically, the modern medicine is not responsible for and played little part in considerably enhanced life expectancy and survival from illness in western economies. You will see a comprehensive Contents listing, with each category of disease and associated graphs appears after the Intro.


You must likewise know that the main advances in fighting illness over 200 years have actually been better food and clean drinking water. And, improved sanitation, less overcrowded and better living conditions also contribute.
This is likewise borne out in released peer reviewed research:

  • “The doubtful contribution of medical procedures to the decline of mortality in the United States in the twentieth century”. McKinlay JB, McKinlay SM, Milbank Mem Fund Q Health Soc. 1977 Summertime; 55(3): 405-28.
  • “Symposium: Accomplishments in Child Nutrition during the 20th Century. Baby Mortality in the 20th Century, Significant however Irregular Progress” Myron E. Wegman School of Public Health, University of Michigan: J. Nutr. 131: 401S– 408S, 2001.

Simply take a look at the extensive static graphs listed below and the amazing BBC FOUR broadcast by Teacher Hans Rosling– it will show you how health improved in step with wealth over the last 200 years 200 nations over 200 years using 120,000 numbers– in just four minutes. Measles death charts are enlightening and oppose the claims of Government health authorities that vaccines have actually saved millions of lives. It is an unscientific claim which the data show is incorrect.

And, you will also learn why vaccinations like mumps and rubella for children are clinically unethical and can expose doctors to liability for criminal procedures and civil damages for administering them. Thanks for reading and don’t forget to share.




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