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  1. photo <b>Pertussis</b> Peggy and Whooping Wally: How vaccinated people are spreading diseasePertussis Peggy and Whooping Wally: How vaccinated people are spreading diseaseNews
    In the 1990s, a new acellular pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine (DTaP) was introduced in the United States and other countries. Prior to that, a whole-cell pertussis vaccine (DTP) was usedRead more
  2. photo FDA study shows <b>pertussis</b> vaccination spreads pathogenic bacteriaFDA study shows pertussis vaccination spreads pathogenic bacteriaNews
    works. But what the agency ended up discovering is that the vaccine for whooping cough, also known as pertussis, spreads the very same pathogenic bacteria that causes whopping cough in the first placeRead more
  3. photo Whooping cough vaccines could be causing a resurgence in deadly disease, scientists warnWhooping cough vaccines could be causing a resurgence in deadly disease, scientists warnNews
    The whooping cough (pertussis) vaccine may not actually prevent many people from becoming infected with the disease, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the Santa Fe InstituteRead more
  4. photo Reno County Health Department says the majority of whooping cough cases were found in vaccinated individualsReno County Health Department says the majority of whooping cough cases were found in vaccinated individualsNews
    Schools took it further, noting that every case he had seen was in a vaccinated child. Reno County is in the midst of an outbreak of whooping cough, also known as pertussis. As of July 31, there had been 41Read more
  5. photo Whooping cough outbreak occurred among student population that was 99.5 percent vaccinatedWhooping cough outbreak occurred among student population that was 99.5 percent vaccinatedNews
    indicate that all four of the children so far diagnosed with whooping cough, also known as pertussis, . Meanwhile, not a single unvaccinated student came down with the disease, according to reportsRead more
  6. photo Whooping cough affects vaccinated children at nearly the same rate as rest of populationWhooping cough affects vaccinated children at nearly the same rate as rest of populationNews
    The effectiveness of the pertussis vaccine at preventing whooping cough has been called into question by a new study recently published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ). Researchers fromRead more
  7. photo Whooping cough outbreak strikes county where 95 percent of children are vaccinatedWhooping cough outbreak strikes county where 95 percent of children are vaccinatedNews
    directly east of Napa County near Sacramento, is reportedly seeing a larger spike in cases of pertussis than most other counties in California, despite the fact that roughly 95 percent of the children livingRead more
  8. photo Why vaccines spread disease; an in-depth analysis of flawed vaccination scienceWhy vaccines spread disease; an in-depth analysis of flawed vaccination scienceNews
    pertussis, or , which Dr. King, through his extensive research, found only provide a few years of limited protection as opposed to a lifetime of full protection in unvaccinated individuals who contractRead more
  9. [Bomba] 85% das Vítimas dos Surtos Recentes de Sarampo Já Tinham Recebido a Vacina!News
    , que enganosamente insinuam que as crianças não vacinadas estão espalhando a doença. Na maioria dos casos que envolvem não só surtos de sarampo, mas também a coqueluche (pertussis) e outras doenças infecciosas, éRead more
  10. photo Vaccine lies: Whooping cough outbreaks being triggered by vaccinated childrenVaccine lies: Whooping cough outbreaks being triggered by vaccinated childrenNews
    of rare diseases like pertussis (whooping cough), measles and shingles. But the scientific literature suggests otherwise, showing in many cases that vaccinated children are the ones largely responsibleRead more

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Pertussis

Disease

Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, is a disease that kills about 300,000 people in the world every year, out of 30–50 million cases per year. There is a vaccine that can prevent it, so most cases of it are in places where people cannot afford, or cannot get, the vaccine. However, this vaccine does not work forever. The disease lasts about 6 weeks, and symptoms include vomiting, violent...More