New Study: More vaccines increase the more the infant mortality rates rise

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    The study’s findings are in line with previously observed reductions in the infant mortality rate, specifically in Japan where vaccines were eliminated for children under the age of 2 in 1975. The country’s infant mortality rate subsequently plummeted to the lowest level in the world
     
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    The article is from 4 years ago..
     
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    Mother-infant mortality a problem in developing countries...
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    Developing Countries Tackle Mother, Infant Mortality
    February 16, 2017 | WASHINGTON — Too many women die in childbirth, and too many babies die during delivery. Dr. Flavia Bustreo at the World Health Organization (WHO) says it's hard to believe that in 2015, almost 6 million children under age 5 and more than 300,000 mothers died from complications of childbirth.

     
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    Infant mortality improving...
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    More Children Surviving to Age 5
    3 Nov.`17 | WASHINGTON - In the past 25 years, the world has made remarkable progress in saving the lives of young children, according to the latest report from the United Nations.
     
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    OMG ... you're right!

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    Oh wait ....
     
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    and there is this

    This study is just poor science. You can’t compare infant mortality rate across developed countries because they are self reported. The United States is the only country in that 34 that counts ALL children that show any sign of life as a birth. All of the other countries have requirements before they enter official statistics, some of these requirements include:
    1. Being alive for more than 24 hours.
    2. Being over a certain weight.
    3. Being over a certain length.
    MOST of the infant deaths in the United States are from babies that don’t meet these standards. When you apply the same standards across countries, the US is actually in the top 5.

    The study also considered number of shots not number of antigens in the shot. Many of those countries that are considered “smaller” just put more antigens into a fewer amount of shots. They are not being vaccinated less, they are just being vaccinated more efficiently.
     

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