There has been no large cohort study of NON vaccinated to selectivly vaccinated to fully vaccinated people to see what the actual results are, and there have been NO proper safety studies on vaccines so pro vaccination types have EFFE all science to back them up...you have a lot of studies paid for by the people paid to make ii look good though.
Beware those scientific studies—most are wrong, researcher warns:
"The majority of papers that get published, even in serious journals, are pretty sloppy," said John Ioannidis, professor of medicine at Stanford University, who specializes in the study of scientific studies.
This sworn enemy of bad research published a widely cited article in 2005 entitled:
"Why Most Published Research Findings Are False."
Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-07-beware...wrong.html#jCp
physics dot org
That's were I get my memes DASSIE!!! SCIENCE SITES!!!
Considering the DR. who discovered washing your hands saved the majority of death by pregnancy complications at that time.
He was drummed out of the business and was put in a mental institution where he was beaten to death two weeks after by the guards. The "doctors" of the day went back to losing the same amount of deaths as before by being STINKY DIRTY until years later when GERMS were discovered. Then they started washing their hands and took credit for the reduced death rates with something they could sell.
"At this late date, we all expect our doctors to wash their hands before examining us or performing an operation in order to prevent the spread of infection. Surprisingly, physicians did not begin to acknowledge the lifesaving power of this simple act until 1847
It was then that Dr. Semmelweis began exhorting his fellow physicians at the famed Vienna General Hospital (Allgemeines Krankenhaus) to wash up before examining women about to deliver babies. His plea was far more than aesthetic; it was a matter of life and death and helped to prevent a deadly malady known as “childbed” or puerperal (from the Latin words for child and parent) fever.
In the mid-19th century, about five women in 1,000 died in deliveries performed by midwives or at home. Yet when doctors working in the best maternity hospitals in Europe and America performed deliveries, the maternal death rate was often 10 to 20 times greater. The cause was, invariably, childbed fever. And a miserable end it was: raging fevers, putrid pus emanating from the birth canal, painful abscesses in the abdomen and chest, and an irreversible descent into an absolute hell of sepsis and death — all within 24 hours of the baby’s birth.
(The hospital ward run by midwives, without autopsy duties, had far better outcomes with their deliveries).
The reason seems readily apparent today, if not back then. Medical students and their professors at the elite teaching hospitals of this era typically began their day performing barehanded autopsies on the women who had died the day before of childbed fever. They then proceeded to the wards to examine the laboring women about to deliver their babies."
Immunology and vaccination
Pasteur's later work on diseases included work on chicken cholera. He received cultures from Jean Joseph Henri Toussaint, and cultivated them in chicken broth. During this work, a culture of the responsible bacteria had spoiled and failed to induce the disease in some chickens he was infecting with the disease. Upon reusing these healthy chickens, Pasteur discovered he could not infect them, even with fresh bacteria; the weakened bacteria had caused the chickens to become immune to the disease, though they had caused only mild symptoms.
In 1879, his assistant, Charles Chamberland (of French origin), had been instructed to inoculate the chickens after Pasteur went on holiday. Chamberland failed to do this and went on holiday himself. On his return, the month-old cultures made the chickens unwell, but instead of the infections being fatal, as they usually were, the chickens recovered completely. Chamberland assumed an error had been made, and wanted to discard the apparently faulty culture, but Pasteur stopped him. He inoculated the chickens with virulent bacteria that killed other chickens, and they survived. Pasteur concluded that the animals were now immune to the disease.
In December 1879, Pasteur used a weakened culture of the bacteria to inoculate chickens. The chickens survived, and when he inoculated them with a virulent strain, they were immune to it. In 1880, Pasteur presented his results to the French Academy of Sciences, saying that the bacteria were weakened by contact with oxygen.
Right when the doctors started washing their hands re Dr. Semmelweis, with the results already posted at the top of this post.
"Semmelweis’s professional timing could not have been worse. He made his landmark discovery between 1846 and 1861, long before the medical profession was ready to accept it."
(from the link above )
Wash das hands yah! Mien herr DR DAS!
( don't disagree with GOOD JEWISH DR Semmelweis: that would be antisemitic and racist! )
Make sure to get your tetanus vaccine in case you step on whoreshit cover nail too!!!
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