[Acute flaccid paralysis is the usual term used to hide vaccine induced Polio, mostly in third world countries such as India. E.g. [2012 April] Rise in paralysis cases after polio vaccine]
See: Acute flaccid paralysis DDT Polio and Tonsillectomies
See: Pesticides Drug Induced Meningitis (DIAM), Steroid tuberculosis, Chickenpox steroid deaths
Dr Bertram McCloskey
"Provocation polio. That is the truth about those outbreaks of polio. And I offer a well considered personal opinion that polio is a man made disease."—Viera Scheibner, Ph.D.
[2013 Feb] Half of Pakistan’s polio cases were vaccinated: Health officials complain to WHO about OPV efficacy
[2011 June] 78 percent of Pakistani children with polio were given polio vaccines Last year, there were 136 cases of infected youth, and 107 of these had been administered multiple polio vaccinations.
[2009 Aug] Polio surge in Nigeria after vaccine virus mutates
1. Vaccine associated paralytic Poliomyelitis (VAPP):
Citations for vaccine associated polio
[2012 April] India: Paralysis cases soar after oral polio vaccine introduced
[pdf 2012] Polio programme: let us declare victory and move on while India has been polio-free for a year, there has been a huge increase in non-polio acute flaccid paralysis (NPAFP). In 2011, there were an extra 47,500 new cases of NPAFP. Clinically indistinguishable from polio paralysis but twice as deadly, the incidence of NPAFP was directly proportional to doses of oral polio received. Though this data was collected within the polio surveillance system, it was not investigated. The principle of primum-non-nocere was violated.
[Media Jan 98 DPT--polio] Case of polio from DPT
Citations for vaccine associated polio
[Media May 2005. Polio vaccine] Teen awarded $8.5 million in vaccine case
[Media June 2000. Vaccine polio] Letter to Express
[2009 June] 8 yrs old female, Case of P-1, P-3 Polio Virus experts are trying to find out which virus was dominant, leading to her paralysis. The girl had received six doses of monovalent oral polio vaccine of Type-1 (mOPV-1).
[2011 Aug] Suffer the little children - If the Victorian government had acted on medical evidence in the 1950s, many would have been spared polio. - "For my part, I've always blamed the injections I had at school in the year that I ended up in an iron lung in Ballarat's Base Hospital. So did my parents. Now I know this to be true and it's all there in the British medical journal The Lancet. Recently I stumbled on critical research published in The Lancet in April 1950 linking polio with whooping cough and diphtheria immunisation."
A polio outbreak in Nigeria was caused by the vaccine designed to stop it, international health officials say, leaving at least 69 children paralyzed. [Oct 5, 2007] Officials say drug caused Nigeria polio
The number of vaccine attributed polio victims in India is anywhere between
30,000 to 300,000 according to media reports. The IMA has a figure of
85,000, up to 2005, in its website. Doctors have
been "advised" to keep quiet on these issues for "the greater good of humanity".
It is very sad that no effort is being made to track, treat and compensate the unfortunate children. GAVI, UNICEF, Rotary and WHO do not reply to our mails making it plainly evident that they are least bothered about the health of Indian children. Shame upon them who wish to profit by killing and maiming little babies.
It is very disturbing that poisons are being introduced into infants who are not supposed to be fed anything other than breastmilk during the first six months of their lives. The spread of cancers, diabetes and other immune disorders in children cannot be hidden any longer. Countries putting the maximum emphasis on vaccines have the highest rate of infant mortality. The health of teenagers today is alarming.
We also do not understand how the voices of Indian doctors are not being heard and instead "foreign experts" dictate terms in matters of vaccination policy in India. Who are these "experts" and what influence do they yield to dictate terms? What are these "experts" doing to ensure compensation and treatment for the millions of vaccine damaged children? What are they doing to educate the public about vaccine dangers?
You cannot take the "First do no harm" medical oath and push vaccines at the same time. This is ludicrous. This is madness. This is utter stupidity. - Jagannath THE POLITICS OF VACCINATION-II The Policy Of Forcing Hepatitis-B And Hib Vaccines On India And Pressure To Eradicate Polio--- DR OMESH BHARATI
"I made the comment to the doctors that poliomyelitis, as a clinical entity was vary rare prior to the compulsory vaccination law around 1874. I said that my gut said that there was a link, because up until that time polio had floated around happily giving everyone natural immunity with just the very odd, amazingly rare clinical presentation. After 1874, there was an explosion in paralysis, and all the things so emotional shown in old news reels. And more people got paralytic polio with the use of the toxin anti-toxin diphtheria horse serum in the 1890s."--Hilary Butler
"Poliomyelitis......When it occurs within two days of vaccination with any alum-containing prophlactic, the term 'provocative paralytic p.' is used."---Livingstone's Dictionary For Nurses 1973.
"The only cause of polio in the U.S. for the past 17 years has been the oral version of the vaccine itself, and though the Food and Drug Administration has finally recommended a reduction of the oral product's use, there are no plans to take it off the market. The twice-as-costly vaccine administered by injection does not cause polio."--Money Magazine (1996)
The following information by the National Anti-Vivisection Society (UK) gives some insight into the relationship between the diptheria and triple antigen vaccines and paralytic polio:
"The early triple vaccine against diphtheria, whooping cough and tetanus had also been shown beyond doubt to cause paralytic polio in some children to whom it was administered. The incidence of polio in children recently vaccinated against diphtheria was statistically greater than in unvaccinated children, symptoms showing in the vaccinated limb with 28 days of the initial injection. This scandal broke in Britain during 1949, an epidemic year for polio, other reports soon following from Australia. Papers dealing with this topic are plentiful.
One, British, gives details of 17 cases of polio which followed 28 days or less after various injections.
Another, Australian, gives details of 340 cases of polio, 211 of which had been previously vaccinated against whooping cough and/or diphtheria. Of these, 35 had been vaccinated within the preceding 3 months and a further 30 within the previous year ( B.P. McClosky, "The Relation of Prophylactic Inoculation to the Onset of Poliomyelitis," Lancet, April 18, 659-663. 1950?).
Dr Geffen reported similar findings from the London borough of St Pancras, where 30 children under the age of 5 developed polio within four weeks of being immunised against diphtheria or whooping cough or both, the paralysis affecting, in particular, the limb of injection. Two medical statisticians at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine examined these reports and concluded that:
"Geffen (1950) noted in the 1949 epidemic 30 out of 182 paralytic patients under 5 had been immunised against diptheria, pertussis, or both within weeks of contracting polio. In all of these cases the limb last injected was paralysed; in another seven cases a different limb was affected. In 21 of the 30 cases combined diptheria and pertussis vaccine had been used, APT in eight, and pertussis alone in one. Geffen calculated that the proportion of children becoming paralysed after immunisation was of the order of 1 in 1800. The interval between injection and the developement of polio was usually between 5 and 16 days (Geffen, Paterson and Tracy 1953)."--Wilson, The Hazards of Immunisation
Dr Arthur Gale of the Ministry of Health reported 65 cases from the Midlands, where paralysis followed about two weeks after an injection: in 49 of these, paralysis occurred in the injected limb. Then it was reported that of 112 cases of paralysis admitted to the Park Hospital, London, during 1947-1949, 14 were paralysed in the limb which had received one or more of a course of immunising injections within the previous two months. In the majority of cases, the interval between the last injection and the onset of paralysis was between 9 and 14 days. Again, combined whooping cough, diphtheria and tetanus injections were involved.
This outbreak of polio followed an intensive immunisation campaign during that time, 1947-49. Following these findings, the Ministry of Health recommended that diphtheria and triple vaccines should not be used in areas where polio was naturally present. "From that time onwards, the incidence of paralytic polio decreased rapidly in Britain, even prior to the advent of Salk vaccination...."
2. Antibiotic injections
"Paralytic poliomyelitis in a rural area of north India" (National Medical Journal of India, vol. 10, no. 1, January-February 1997, pages 8-10): In a house-to-house survey conducted between 1990 and 1991, several cases of paralytic poliomyelitis were identified, 60 percent of which had had intramuscular injections preceding paralysis, in treatment of minor fevers.
A recent Romanian study demonstrated that injections of antibiotics following
polio vaccination could cause polio. The researchers suggested the rate of
"vaccine-induced polio" in Romania could be reduced from 10.3 per year to 1.4
per year, if antibiotic injections were avoided for 30 days following polio vaccination.
Correlations with the injections of antibiotics were found: a single injection within one month of vaccination raised the risk of polio 8 times, 2 to 9 injections raised the risk 27-fold, and 10 injections or more raised the risk 182 times (Washington Post, Feb 22, 1995). Study Associates Polio Increase With (antibiotic) Injections
HV. Provocation of poliomyelitis by multiple injections.
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 1985;79(3):355-8. PMID: 4035736; UI: 85301396.
A number of epidemics of poliomyelitis between 1914 and 1962 are related to children with congenital syphilis or yaws under treatment with arsenicals or penicillin
Injections of vaccines provoked paralytic poliomyelitis in children in the UK and elsewhere. The effect of multiple injections has not been recognized previously but could be important in the tropics where children receive many injections. A number of epidemics of poliomyelitis between 1914 and 1962 are related to children with congenital syphilis or yaws under treatment with arsenicals or penicillin. Rates of 25% of children with paralysis occurred in epidemics while in non-epidemic periods the increase in susceptibility was about 25 fold. Other possible cases of provocation are discussed. Although in the tropics injections before paralysis may be causal, it will be difficult to prove that they are not coincident. The very high rate of paralysis following multiple injections is powerful evidence that injections in the tropics are often causal.
A study in India suggested that ¾ of cases of paralytic polio in the past decade were caused or made more severe by unnecessary injections (The Lancet vol 341)).
Reznik M. Acute ascending poliomyelomalacia after treatment of acute lymphocytic leukemia.Acta Neuropathol (Berl). 1979 Feb 15;45(2):153-7.PMID: 283679 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
This paper reports the case of a 16-year-old girl with acute lymphoblastic leukemia who received chemotherapy including intrathecal injections of methotrexate and preventive irradiation of the brain, but not of the spinal cord. Several months later, she died from an acute ascending poliomyelitic syndrome evolving during 10 days. Clinical, bacteriological, and viral investigations failed to demonstrate any pathological agent. Autopsy revealed an acute ischemic lesion involving both anterior horns of the whole spinal cord and extending from the lower segment up to the mesencephalic region, without significant alteration of the white matter. Neither tumoral invasion, nor vascular obstruction was found. The pathogenesis of this yet undescribed lesion remained unclear but a metabolic disorder seemed the most plausible pathological factor.
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