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  1. photo Whooping cough explodes in California as researchers admit vaccines are failingWhooping cough explodes in California as researchers admit vaccines are failingNews
    being used to prevent the disease is partly to blame for the outbreak.A whooping cough, or pertussis, vaccine was introduced in the 1940s, but only after the mortality rate from the disease had alreadyRead more
  2. photo Finally, the truth emerges about whooping cough vaccine: OBs and pediatricians, stand back with your needlesFinally, the truth emerges about whooping cough vaccine: OBs and pediatricians, stand back with your needlesNews
    and do the same for your tiny baby: the diptheria, tetanus, pertussis , also known as DTaP.As of 2012, every woman, regardless of any individual considerations or risk/benefit, is recommended the DTaPRead more
  3. photo Whooping cough outbreak at Massachusetts high school affected only vaccinated studentsWhooping cough outbreak at Massachusetts high school affected only vaccinated studentsNews
    with the respiratory illness, which also goes by the name pertussis, sparking a wave of panic about a corresponding increase in vaccine exemptions. But as usual, nobody affected by the outbreak was unvaccinatedRead more
  4. photo Vaccines don't work: Malignant mumps in MMR vaccinated childrenVaccines don't work: Malignant mumps in MMR vaccinated childrenNews
    ">hepatitis B,target="_blank">chickenpox,target="_blank">pertussis (whooping cough),target="_blank">HIV,target="_blank">polio,target="_blank">HPV, andtarget="_blank">influenza vaccines that doRead more
  5. photo Indian court orders hospital to pay up for child death caused by vaccinesIndian court orders hospital to pay up for child death caused by vaccinesNews
    diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus shot (DPT), and the oral polio vaccine (OPV).The Dhanasekarans had filed a claim with the District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum alleging that the Dr. Durga Nursing HomeRead more
  6. photo 3 common medical procedures that ruin your long-term health3 common medical procedures that ruin your long-term healthNews
    of the "Diphtheria and Tetanus DTaP Toxoids and Acellular Pertussis Vaccine Adsorbed" (also known as the Tripedia ) that stated that this vaccine had not been evaluated for its "carcinogenic or mutagenic potentialsRead more
  7. 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
  8. photo Vaccines in shock failure: Whooping cough vaccine stops working very quickly, warn scientistsVaccines in shock failure: Whooping cough vaccine stops working very quickly, warn scientistsNews
    , a resurgence of whooping cough, also known as pertussis, which has infected in excess of 26,000 people this year, marking the largest outbreak in more than five decades, reports said.The current vaccine, whichRead more
  9. photo Breaking: Courts discreetly confirm MMR vaccine causes autismBreaking: Courts discreetly confirm MMR vaccine causes autismNews
    , and pertussis), HiB, and Prevnar vaccines. Like with Ryan's case, the government conceded that these vaccines led to Emily'sand other developmental problems.These two cases, combined with numerous publishedRead more
  10. photo Parents charged with murder of baby that was actually killed by vaccinesParents charged with murder of baby that was actually killed by vaccinesNews
    their daughter viciously with a variety of needles. Baby A received eight vaccines in total, the five-in-one vaccine Pentaxim said to protect against diphtheria, tetanus, acellular pertussis, haemophilus influenzaRead 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