Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated—Part 7
By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman, Children’s Health Defense
To date, I have posted 41 slides from 41 studies in this series comparing health outcomes among vaccinated populations vs unvaccinated populations. These four new slides (total now 45) illustrate data from The Netherlands Survey, a 2004 study of 635 Dutch children compiled from questionnaires filled out by their parents.
The Netherlands survey was completed and paid for by the Nederlandse Vereniging Kritisch Prikken, an independent association of Dutch therapists, doctors and parents, and others. The cumulative data from all these studies strongly suggests that unvaccinated children are far healthier than their vaccinated peers by nearly every metric. Thanks Dr Brian Hooker for rendering the graphs.
Rumke, HC and Visser, HK. [Childhood vaccinations anno 2004. I. Effectiveness and acceptance of the Dutch National Vaccination Programme].Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd. 2004 Feb 21;148(8):356-63.
Slides and Summaries from Part 7:
Slide 1 and Summary:
In episodes of various illnesses per 100 children over the first five years of life, ear infections, throat inflammation, aggressive behavior, and convulsions were all markedly elevated in fully vaccinated children compared to unvaccinated peers.
Slide 2 and Summary:
Slide 3 and Summary:
Slide 4 and Summary: