Vaccines Found to Cause Diabetes in Children

Source: Natural News

(NaturalNews) Two new studies showing that vaccines increase the risk of diabetes have been published in the Open Pediatric Medicine Journal.

In a prior study, published in the journal Autoimmunity, Dr. J. Bartholomew Classen of Classen Immunotherapies and David Carey Classen of the University of Utah compared more than 100,000 children who had received between one and four doses of the hemophilus vaccine with more than 100,000 unvaccinated children. The Classens found that after seven years, children in the vaccination group had a 26 percent higher risk of developing diabetes than children in the non-vaccine group. This amounted to an extra 54 cases of diabetes per 100,000 children vaccinated.

The Classens noted that the vaccine itself is only projected to prevent seven deaths and seven to 26 cases of permanent disability per 100,000 children.

“Our results conclusively prove there is a causal relationship between immunization schedules and diabetes,” J. Bartholomew Classen said at the time.

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3 thoughts on “Vaccines Found to Cause Diabetes in Children

  1. Pingback: 1,300 girls experience adverse side-effects to cervical cancer vaccine « End of Men

  2. Why has the JDRF denied funding to Dr. Faustman and her research to cure Type 1 diabetes? Phase 1 has become the burden of proof that the “Faustman Hypothesis” is the frontiers we must explore to cure type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases. JDRF – if you’re not part of the solution you are part of the problem! Here’s my call to action: Phase 2 of Dr. Faustman’s human trials are estimated to cost $25 million. If 1 million people watching this video have the wherewithal to donate $25 to Dr. Faustman’s human trials at MGH – the cure for millions is unstoppable! Do you have $25 to make a dream come true? Please donate to Dr. Faustman’s research

  3. Wow, that would be phenomenal if they really had a sample size of 200,000. That would be noteworthy in and of itself. I find it very interesting that this article is spreading across the internet like wildfire, but only among blogs and other web 2.0 media. So far, I haven’t seen any reference to it among professional or governmental organization websites or publications (diabetes.org, cdc.gov, APHA, NIH, WHO, Lancet, New England Journal of Medicine, etc…).

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