Tuberculosis (TB/Consumption/Phthisis) and vaccination
Vaccine disease Tuberculosis
See: Drug induced TB
McBean, Eleanor (vaccine critic USA) [1957 CLASSIC] THE POISONED NEEDLE by Eleanor McBean
COMPULSORY VACCINATION IN BOMBAY---THE DANGER OF TUBERCULOSIS--William Tebb
Favez, G, "Tuberculous Superinfection Following a Smallpox Re-Vaccination", Praxis, July 21, 1960; 49:698-699.
HUMAN AND Bovine Tuberculosis
SANITATION versus VACCINATION BY J.T. BIGGS J.P.
CHAPTER 94: Inoculation Experiments—Tuberculin and Leprosy.
CHAPTER 95: Vaccination and Tuberculosis.
CHAPTER 96: Diseases Injected, Intensified, and Increased by Vaccination and Inoculation.
CHAPTER 97: Inoculable Diseases—England and Wales.
"In the British Medical Journal, June 5th, 1937 (p. 1182) will be found an account of the death of a Waterford girl, aged 12, and the illness of 23 other children, tuberculosis having developed following the inoculation of Toxoid Antitoxin Floccules."---Beddow Bayley (1939 Book: The Schick Inoculation Against Diphtheria)
JL, et al. Pott's disease following BCG therapy of melanoma.
Cancer. 1981 Sep 1;48(5):1154-6. PMID: 7272949
The first reported case of a patient with BCG-induced Pott's disease following immunotherapy for melanoma is presented. No signs or symptoms of the disease were detected for 2 1/2 years after therapy. The diagnosis and treatment of this complication of melanoma therapy are discussed.
Tuberculosis caused by diptheria vaccines--Beddow Bayly
[Media 1998] "133 Children Contract Tuberculosis in Southern Kazakhstan (from vaccine)"
Dr. Tennison Deane of San Francisco, in his Crime of
Vaccination, tells a remarkable story illustrative of this truth.
Dr. Deane relates that he was summering in Northern California in the late 80's, near a wealthy ranchman who lived with his wife and seven children on a 10,000-acre ranch in a salubrious pine region, 15 miles from the nearest town and having no adjacent neighbors. With him on the ranch at that time was a negro foreman who also had a wife and five children. Until Dr. Deane appeared on the scene, none of these 16 persons—white nor black—had ever been vaccinated.
As a zealous young practitioner, very close to his medical school traditions, Dr. Deane quickly warned these ranch-dwellers of their "unprotected" state and was able to persuade six of the sixteen—the farmer's wife and three children, the negro foreman and his 12-year-old son—to submit to the vaccinating operation. "A year later," writes Dr. Deane, "an epidemic of sore throats broke out in this ranch colony which developed into diphtheria in four of the vaccinated, among them the farmer's wife, and one child died. The unvaccinated recovered rapidly from their sore throats, but the farmer's wife was paralyzed for a year and eleven years later died of cancer."
It seems that the San Francisco physician was so impressed by this unexpected turn of his well-intentioned vaccinating zeal, that he not only kept tab on the subsequent history of the two families on the northern ranch, but watched the connection between vaccination and other maladies occurring in his general practice. He learned that the other four persons whom he had vaccinated on the ranch all died either of tuberculosis or cancer within four to twenty-two years from the date of vaccination, while none of the unvaccinated in either family died within that period except the white farmer who, he says, "died of old age."
Dr. Deane relates that for many years after this early experience with vaccination on the Northern California ranch, when a patient came to him with any serious throat, bronchial or pulmonary trouble, he made a point of inquiring into his past history, and invariably he found a back-ground of calf-pus "immunization" against smallpox. Then when he felt he had sufficient data to warrant it, he published The Crime of Vaccination (in 1913), which brought down on him the wrath of his medical colleagues, and made his professional life in San Francisco so unhappy that he voluntarily withdrew from all medical assemblages and finally abandoned all medical practice except surgery. Hale, Annie Riley. The Medical Voodoo. New York: Gotham House, 1936.
The Lubeck disaster, 1930
"Between 10 December 1929 and 30 April 1930, 251 of 412 infants born in the old Hanseatic town of Lubeck received three doses of BCG vaccine by the mouth during the first ten days of life. Of these 251, 72 died of tuberculosis, most of them in two to five months and all but one before the end of the first year. In addition, 135 suffered from clinical tuberculosis but eventually recovered; and 44 became tuberculin-positive but remained well. "---Sir Graham Wilson (Hazards of Immunisation p66)
See: Inappropriate Drug for Rheumatoid Arthritis and Crohn’s Causes Fatal Tuberculosis