Unvaccinated Children Are Far Healthier
December 21, 2020
Ten-year study shows evidence that unvaccinated children are far healthier overall than vaccinated children.
A new research published on November 22, 2020 in the “International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health” by James Lyons-Weiler, PhD and Paul Thomas, MD, shows that unvaccinated children are far healthier than vaccinated children. The study – titled, “Relative Incidence of Office Visits and cumulative Rates of Billed Diagnoses Along the Axis of Vaccination” – was conducted at “Integrative Pediatrics”, a pediatrics practice run by Dr. Thomas, and followed 3,300+ pediatric patients for ten years. Dr. Thomas’ practice has a unique mix of children who range from fully vaccinated, to partially vaccinated, to not vaccinated at all.
“We performed”, authors say, “a retrospective analysis spanning ten years of pediatric practice focused on patients with variable vaccination born into a practice, presenting a unique opportunity to study the effects of variable vaccination on outcomes. … The data indicate that unvaccinated children in the practice are not unhealthier than the vaccinated and indeed the overall results may indicate that the unvaccinated pediatric patients in this practice are healthier overall than the vaccinated.”
This research adds to a growing list of published peer-reviewed papers comparing the health of vaccinated to unvaccinated children, and was funded by donation from the public to IPAK, “Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge”, which states that “the study results point to major differences in the health outcomes of vaccinated and the unvaccinated patients consistent with other independently conducted studies”.
Scientific findings demonstrate that vaccinated children have more chronic illness and are more likely to get respiratory infections. The more vaccines a child received, the more likely the child presented with fever at an office visit. Outside of well-child visits, children who received 90 to 95% of the CDC-recommended vaccines for their age group were about 25 times more likely than the unvaccinated group to see the pediatrician for an appointment related to fever.
Evidence points out that unvaccinated children show fewer signs of respiratory infections and fewer fevers at well-child visits. Vaccinated children appeared at the doctor’s office for respiratory infections 70% more often than the unvaccinated, and were three to six times more likely to show up in the pediatrician’s office for treatment related to anemia, asthma, allergies and sinusitis.
Moreover, not a single unvaccinated child in the study was diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) while 0.063% of the vaccinated group were diagnosed with ADHD. Thomas’s practice halted vaccination when signs of ADHD were prevalent, which is why his practice saw roughly half the rate of ADHD overall, when compared to the general population. The study also found that rates of autism spectrum disorder at the practice are only 0.84 percent, which is half the national rate of 1.69 percent found in the general population of U.S. children. Developmental disorders were also found to be extremely rare.
Scientific findings also show very low levels of chicken pox and whooping cough in both vaccinated and unvaccinated children, and there were no cases of measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, hepatitis in both vaccinated and, surprisingly, unvaccinated children during the entire ten-year study period.
“This study represents a major methodological leap forward in vaccine satety studies” says Dr. James Lyons-Weiler. “Our study shows how often vaccinating patients have to repeated instances of medical care for conditions suspected by many as potential caused by vaccines. Our measure, the Relative Incidence of Office Visits (RIOV), is sensitive to the severity of disease and disorder – specifically the disease burden. While teasing out causality is difficult in observational studies, our use of natural internal positive and negative control conditions – fever, which is known to be caused by vaccines, and well-baby visits, which is not caused by vaccines – provide added assurance that we are seeing a likely causal signatures”.
“The study,” IPAK says, “includes results of a simulation that demonstrates that RIOV is more powerful than odds ratios of diagnosis. RIOV is more sensitive and clearly able to pick up safety signals missed by past studies that only looked at incidence”. The authors call for more studies to be conducted using similar methodology: “The implications of these results for the net public health effects of whole-population vaccination and with respect for informed consent on human health are compelling,” the researchers wrote. … Our results give agency to calls for research conducted by individuals who are independent of any funding sources related to the vaccine industry.”