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Date posted: April 19, 2012

Study: Polio vaccine campaign in India has caused 12-fold increase in deadly paralysis condition

The mainstream media has been busy hailing the supposed success of India’s polio vaccine campaign over the past few years, with many news outlets now claiming that the disease has been fully eradicated throughout the country. But what these misinformation puppets are failing to disclose is the fact that cases of non-polio acute flaccid paralysis (NPAFP), a much more serious condition than that caused by polio, have skyrocketed as a result of the vaccine’s widespread administration.

A recent report published in theIndian Journal of Medical Ethics(IJME) explains that, clinically, NPAFP is indistinguishable from polio paralysis. But according to theOffice of Medical & Scientific Justice(OMSJ), NPAFP is twice as deadly as polio paralysis, and yet was not even an issue in India prior to the rollout of the massive polio vaccine campaigns.

In 2011, for instance, the year in which India was declared to be polio-free, there were 47,500 known cases of NPAFP, which is a shockingly high figure under the circumstances. And based on data collected from India’sNational Polio Surveillance Project, cases of NPAFP across India rose dramatically in direct proportion to the number of polio vaccines administered, which suggests that the vaccines were responsible for spurring the rapid spread of this deadly condition.

Similarly, cases of vaccine-associated polio paralysis (VAPP), a condition in which paralytic symptoms similar or identical to those caused by wild-type polio manifest themselves following the administration of polio vaccines, are also on the rise. Not only are the paralysis symptoms associated with NPAFP and VAPP typically far worse than those brought about by wild-type polio, but they can also accompany other negative side effects including neurological damage.

Far from being a success, in other words, India’s polio vaccine campaign appears to have induced a new epidemic of a much worse type of polio-related paralysis that is even more deadly than the first one. And based on the figures, overall rates of NPAFP in particular are now 12 times higher in India following the polio vaccine campaigns, with some areas of the country reporting rates as elevated as 35 times higher.

India spent billions on the polio eradication scam when it could have used that money to improve water and sanitation
According to the IJME report, the entire polio vaccine scam in India was spawned from initial grants made by theBill & Melinda Gates Foundationand various other groups that claimed the program would eventually pay off. But the overall costs once India started paying for the program quickly ballooned to more than 100 times the initial investment amount, with more than $2.5 billion and counting still being funneled into it.

“The Indian government finally had to fund this hugely expensive program, which cost the country 100 times more than the value of the initial grant,” write the authors. “From India’s perspective the exercise has been extremely costly both in terms of human suffering and in monetary terms. It is tempting to speculate what could have been achieved if the $2.5 billion spent on attempting to eradicate polio were spent on water and sanitation and routine immunization.”

In their conclusion, the authors basically decry what Bill Gates and the others have done by injecting monetary grants for the program, noting that it epitomizes “nearly everything that is wrong with donor funded ‘disease specific’ vertical projects at the cost of investments in community-oriented primary health care (horizontal programs).”
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/035588_polio_vaccine_India_paralysis.html

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  1. This information is prejudiced,and does not give right data.
    Lets be happy that since 15months not even a single case of polio had been reported.
    I am PROUD TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH ROTARY IN ERADICATION OF POLIO

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