Scientists Prove Those Vaccinated for Shingles Can Infect Others with Chicken Pox

For many years, the US government and mainstream media have continued to blame the unvaccinated community for the spread of infectious disease. In 2011, a team of scientists headed by Duane L. Pierson published the paper Varicella Zoster Virus DNA at Inoculation Sites and in Saliva After Zostavax Immunization. Their paper discusses whether or not individuals vaccinated with the shingles vaccine can remain infectious with the chicken pox virus after they had been vaccinated. To investigate this concern in more detail, the team studied 36 individuals over the age of 60 who had recently been vaccinated with the shingles vaccine, Zostavax. The scientists discovered that although the vaccine was efficient in reducing the incidence of shingles in the elderly, many of the skin and saliva samples tested positive for the varicella zoster virus (VZV) DNA for up to 28 days after vaccination. This paper is just one of many proving that it is the vaccinated who put others at risk, not the other way around.

Chicken Pox – Bad Vaccine or Bad Reaction?

The chicken pox is going around a community in the San Juan Islands in Washington State. The first case was in a boy who was vaccinated for chicken pox 10 days prior. So the vaccinated kids started the outbreak. Two other kids who got vaccinated also got the chicken pox. Chicken pox is a LIVE virus vaccine and live virus vaccines can in fact cause disease. Just like in this case. Now get this. These children who contracted the chicken pox from the vaccine have been deemed to have not had the chicken pox but rather “a negative reaction to the immunization”. In an even greater twist of logic, these children who got the chicken pox from the vaccine have been cleared to return to school – even though a vaccinated child who contracted the disease from the vaccine started the outbreak – but the unvaccinated kids who DO NOT have the chicken pox, must stay out of school for 21 days. So let me get this straight. If my kid is vaccinated and gets the chicken pox, it is not the chicken pox and he can go back to school but if he is unvaccinated and has no symptoms, he has to stay home?!?!?

Documented Rate of Provoked Seizures from Chicken Pox Vaccine Dramatically Outpaces the Natural Infection Risk

by Vermont Coalition for Vaccine Choice

Chicken Pox is one of the least defensible vaccines on the schedule. The documented rate of vaccine provoked seizures dramatically outpaces the natural infection risk.

It is a common assertion by vaccine proponents that administering multiple vaccines at a visit, or using combination shots, are no more reactive than single […]

New Study Backs Up Evidence Chicken Pox Vaccine Causing Epidemic of Shingles

Indiana Coalition for Vaccination Choice

“Show me the proof.”

That’s what some of you folks who aren’t “in” to vaccines say to me.

Well, here it is: the chicken pox vaccine, a LIVE virus vaccine, not only sheds to others and can cause Gramma & Granpa to get shingles, but can end up causing the vaccinated child […]

Serious Chicken Pox Outbreak in Indiana is Among Vaccinated Children

Health Impact News

Vigo County of Indiana is currently experiencing the country’s largest outbreak of Chicken Pox, with 92 cases so far. Out of these 92 cases, only 3 were never vaccinated. That means this may be the nation’s first case of a serious Chicken Pox outbreak among children who were actually vaccinated for Chicken […]