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  1. photo Government pays compensation to 80 flu vaccine injuries and deathsGovernment pays compensation to 80 flu vaccine injuries and deathsNews
    to vaccinate against" because you have to keep revaccinating against it every year, unlike childhood infectious diseases, such as smallpox, that are only vaccinated for once. Dr. Geier points out how ridiculousRead more
  2. photo Ten reasons why you shouldn't vaccinate your childrenTen reasons why you shouldn't vaccinate your childrenNews
    ," explains VacTruth.com.3) The first vaccine was a complete failure, which the industry tried to cover up. Little do most people know that the first vaccine ever produced, for smallpox, was a complete disasterRead more
  3. photo Obama diverted funds away from pandemic defense program 'BioShield'Obama diverted funds away from pandemic defense program 'BioShield'News
    of Homeland Security -- at least 90 percent of that funding, or $3 billion, went to just three potential threats: anthrax, smallpox and botulism.Under the Bush Administration, the project focused on a numberRead more
  4. photo Vaccine illusion exposed by doctor in revealing bookVaccine illusion exposed by doctor in revealing bookNews
    to emerge -- mainly that most of what we have all been told about the nature ofis false.From the time that the first vaccine for smallpox was introduced, the medical community's understanding of immunityRead more
  5. photo White House admits staging fake vaccination operation to gather DNA from the publicWhite House admits staging fake vaccination operation to gather DNA from the publicNews
    for eradicating diseases like measles, smallpox and polio. But if vaccines alone caused the decline, then why did nearly all the decline in measles happen BEFORE the introduction of the measles vaccine? (CanRead more
  6. photo Revealed: The top books on vaccine risks, phony vaccine science and the real truth about immunityRevealed: The top books on vaccine risks, phony vaccine science and the real truth about immunityNews
    cancer), Hib, chickenpox, shingles, rotavirus, pneumococcal, meningococcal, RSV, DTaP, anthrax, smallpox, tuberculosis (TB) and influenza vaccines, among many more ().4) Vaccines: The Risks, The BenefitsRead more
  7. photo If <b>smallpox</b> has been stamped out, shouldn't we destroy the last few vials of it?If smallpox has been stamped out, shouldn't we destroy the last few vials of it?News
    At one point in world history, smallpox (Variola major) was a killer disease on a massive scale, killing 300 million in the 20th century alone. However, some 30 years ago, smallpox had been declaredRead more
  8. photo The great medical myth of vaccine safety and effectivenessThe great medical myth of vaccine safety and effectivenessNews
    The medical establishment continues to credit the smallpox and polio vaccines for eliminating these diseases. Both vaccines were in fact failures. The National Institutes of Health's funding of nineRead more
  9. photo Author reveals forgotten history, of infectious disease vs. vaccines in groundbreaking new bookAuthor reveals forgotten history, of infectious disease vs. vaccines in groundbreaking new bookNews
    , smallpox and other mostly eradicated infectious diseases. Or that the average lifespan would be significantly lower if it were not for the advent of pharmaceutical drugs. But do such claims have scientificRead more
  10. photo Historical data shows vaccines are not what saved usHistorical data shows vaccines are not what saved usNews
    .-In 1871-2 England, with 98% of the population aged between 2 and 50 vaccinated against smallpox, it experienced its worst ever smallpox outbreak with 45,000 deaths. During the same period in GermanyRead more

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Smallpox

Disease

Smallpox was a very bad disease with a high mortality rate. It is caused by a virus. There are two different species of viruses that can cause the disease. They are Variola major and Variola minor. Some people also call smallpox Variola, named after the viruses' scientific name.Only humans can get this disease. Variola major kills between 20% and 40% of those who get it. Variola minor kills...More