I have reblogged this great post and thank its author for putting this info together with such clear peer reviewed links and concise explanations. I am doing some research on Natural immunisation (the epigenetic aspect of vaccinations and the havoc we may be unintentionally causing by trying mimic – incredibly badly with a total lack of scientific understanding of innate immunity regarding Nature’s natural means of dealing with childhood infectious diseases etc and how natural so-called herd immunity works – e.g grandparents get their natural boosters being around children with measles and Mother’s give their unborn children antibodies and continue to do so as long as they breast feed. Therefore, the natural drop in all plots (irrespective of vaccinations) is significant and the example at the end showing that vaccinations should if anything speed up the natural decline is very good. Thanks again
A peer reviewed medical paper cited in the CHS article Vaccines Did Not Save Us – 2 Centuries Of Official Statistics confirms that “Measles mortality rates were inversely related to median family income”: Englehandt SF, Halsey NA, Eddins DL, Hinman AR. Measles mortality in the United States 1971-1975. Am J Public Health 1980;70:1166–1169.
In simple terms that means as people become better off year on year, measles mortality could be expected to keep on falling.
The following graph supporting that conclusion already appears on CHS covering the 20th Century – from 1901 to 1999: see Vaccines Did Not Save Us – 2 Centuries Of Official Statistics
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The red trendline is exponential. It is created using the trendline function in professional commercially available software. As can be seen 2007 is the year when the trendline cuts below a chance of there being…
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