Let's summarize why it is so difficult to get accurate information about vaccination events.
It is not clear from the words of the vaccine specialist how often and exactly what events occur after vaccinations, but it is a fact that you hear about these cases again and again. We would have liked to have found a specialist who responded to this request, but we did not find a doctor with a name and a picture. What are you doing? Because they are afraid that they will be unable to do their job, they must seek permission. Because there was an example for this, I set it. In fact, when a small child becomes aware of a particular disease that may result in a vaccine, the diagnosis cannot be proved beyond all doubt. When litigated, the manufacturer of the vaccine may represent the same pivotal point as the first-party expert advised: there is no accidental coincidence. Who can prove the opposite? In addition, the vaccine benefit of vaccines, that is, the fact that it prevents the serious spread of serious diseases, is indisputable. The Robert Koch Institute in Germany, for example, provides almost thirty pages of information on vaccine reactions and events. Here, too, there is a case for autism and autopsy cases, but the comment is always the same; In addition, there are two things about autism and fatalities that have a lot of uncertainty around their exact definition. This is why it is difficult to draw conclusions from many cases, even though vaccine supporters do the same: according to the studies they mentioned, there is no correlation between autism and dying of the disease.
Finally, the Honorable Member of the Open Gate Public Foundation, Gabor Borba Hajdu, answered our questions with a professional assistance from a physician in need. So what is missing out on drug commercials and effective vaccination campaigns?
1. No accurate statistics
In Hungary, the risk of vaccination is low and "vaccination is high" - that is, almost all children receive vaccinations. This is a beautiful result, and the WHO has also acknowledged this. But the beleaguered zeros are not usually called by the vaccinees. It is true that there is no real domestic statistics on events. Low numbers are not about the safety of the vaccines, but mainly about the inefficiency and insensitivity of the feedback system. Even the officially recognized side effects and events of drug companies are not included in the statistics. Even in the West, feedback systems that are considered to be working well only record 5 to 15 percent in real cases. Even now, only a fraction of this is displayed. Not to mention that in this very few reported cases, they are only rarely officially recognized. Most disappear in the system loser. Long-term studies do not produce, even as obvious, known side effects as the allergic effect of vaccines given at one year of age.
2. The doctor has no interest in reporting the events
Whatever happens, the doctor is always responsible. Are you sure that your child still has no underlying illness that the doctor should have watched? Are you sure you kept the vaccine in proper temperature? Have you injected the correct injection site and site? If your doctor has to make a report on it, I'm no longer so interested in doing it. Rather, he discourages the parent.
3. What is an event?
Even in professional circles, it is unclear what can be considered as events and what is a "normal" vaccination reaction. Why only the event that comes in three days? If the parent or doctor experiences something that is not proven and officially described in the vaccine, is it a "coincidental temporal coincidence" or a new, untreated side effect? It is certainly not in the interest of the manufactured company to admit this, as it would open up serious litigation.
4. Freedom of scientific expression is severely restricted
In many countries, there is a public scientific debate about immunization, its application, and its possible modifications. In France, for example, this has just led to the abolition of BCG due to its unfavorable side-effect ratio. Many, many years ago in Austria and Germany are not recommended. BCG vaccination seems to be immovable for us, and there is no need for scientific debate.
What can be done?
In America, parents currently have about fifty recommended vaccinations for children up to the age of fourteen. This is before us, because the sense of well-being of our children is very good business. There is no disease that, in certain cases, may not lead to death or disability due to very rare, serious events. But there is no vaccine that can be said to be completely harmless. The gateway to the future may be the American pattern, where everyone is vaccinated and hoped to have six. Or it may be the other where the parent and the doctor consider the child's individual situation. This is not possible for us yet. In many places in Hungary, the BNTSZ is blatantly attacking those who do not want to vaccinate their children (or at other times and with less vaccine than the official vaccination system) and, for example, prosecute minors.
More detailed information
Dr. Martin Hirte: Vocabulary Pro and v. József Buda - Gaborbor Nyerges: Vocabulary Dr. Randall Neustaedter: Is Vaccination Defective?