More than half of babies die within a few days of being immunized, national public health data showed.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) database revealed a direct link between vaccination timing and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
Institute of Medical and Scientific Inquiry researcher Neil Miller discovered most of the 2,605 infant fatalities reported to VAERS between 1990 and 2019 “clustered” in close temporal proximity to vaccination, with 58% occurring within three days of the jab and 78% within seven days.
Miller found further fatalities within these ranges were statistically significant (p<0.00001), indicating there is a less than a 0.001% chance of this outcome being random. The same type of clustering was found in the 1,048 SIDS-related infant deaths out of a total of 2,605 reported to VAERS.
If there is no link between vaccination and infant deaths, the researcher claims one would expect to see an even spacing of deaths within the timeframe reported prior to vaccination instead of clustering.
He made the remarks in his new research paper published in the journal Toxicology Reports. The paper describes SIDS as an unexplained infant fatality that occurs suddenly and unexpectedly. The syndrome was the leading cause of postneonatal mortality (deaths of infants aged 28 days to one year) across the United States back in 1980.
The researcher revealed this information is useful in understanding the relationship between vaccination and death. However, the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) category for vaccine-related death, or cause of death as “prophylactic inoculation and vaccination,” was removed after the ICD was revised in 1979.
Miller, who also leads the Thinktwice Global Vaccine Institute, proposed a different way to establish such a link. He used the CDC’s VAERS database to track the temporal relationship between vaccines and reported infant deaths, including SIDS deaths.
His report features a detailed literature analysis that refutes “official” claims that an SIDS epidemic could be eased through having infants sleep on their backs. The American Academy of Pediatrics’s “Back to Sleep” campaign has advocated for the position since 1992.
Miller cited seven different peer-reviewed papers, and two confidential reports, to back up his major findings. These include temporal clustering of SIDS deaths with vaccination.
Those other authors discovered a significant proportion of infant deaths occurred within one day (mean of 25%), three days (49%), and seven days (71%) after vaccination. This is consistent with the latest study’s findings.
“Several compounds and immuno-potentiation adjuvants of the hexavalent vaccine might easily go beyond the blood-brain barrier that in the first year of life is still immature and quite permeable, inducing neuronal molecular alterations in DNA, RNA and proteins of brainstem neurons regulating vital functions–with consequent fatal disorganization of respiratory control in particularly predisposed infants,” the report said.
They also linked aluminum-based adjuvants to dysregulation of respiratory control. Before and after the DPT vaccination, Scheibner and Karlsson found infant respiration during sleep nearly stopped completely. Such unprecedented events lasted several weeks after vaccination.
Despite official claims that vaccination does not cause SIDS, Miller revealed the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program was established to compensate families of those injured or who died from vaccine administration.
Kari Bundy, whose son died four months after vaccination, has always been “flabbergasted” about the medical community’s rejection of the link between SIDS and vaccines.
“For me, it was too obvious to even attempt to ignore,” she said according to Humans Are Free.
Bundy’s third child, Mason, died during 2011.
“A few days after his routine four-month vaccinations, my husband and I discovered his dead body in the middle of the night, laying on his side, his body [was] still warm,” she said according to the publication.
Mason’s autopsy was “unremarkable” apart from some thymic petechiae, which is the most common gross finding in SIDS cases.
At least 87 of 94 infants died from SIDS or other “unknown” causes. Within seven days of receiving standard vaccines, 81 (93%) died.
“When I realized SIDS seemed to be undeniably related to vaccines … I could no longer dedicate my life to running a charity that would help bury babies,” Bundy said. “That is when I realized I wanted to save babies by speaking out about the real risks of vaccination.”