Yellow Fever vaccines

[Two available types of yellow fever vaccine: 17D-204 and 17DD. 17 vaccine deaths admitted from 1996-2004 (Vellozzi C, et al. 1, and VAERS has 21 deaths from 1996-2006), and even the vaccinators advise against the vaccine unless absolutely necessary (Muņoz J, et al. 2008 1), yet most governments advise it for travel.  Only compulsory when travelling from one yellow fever country to another--few, if anyone, is told that either.
    Usual WHO fantasy figures (see)--30,000 (similar to yearly CDC lie on flu deaths) when stats say 11 deaths in Nigeria from 1995 to 2004 which is less deaths than the vaccine achieves in the USA alone.  Fyi: The measles vaccine now kills more than measles would be doing
(see: MMR deaths), and the smallpox vaccine always killed more than smallpox did (see), at the end it was killing 20 babies a year in the West, decades after smallpox died out.]

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Trine Villemann, whose husband Malcolm had a devastating experience following vacc   with the Yellow Fever Vaccine. Please listen and share.

[April 2008] GAVI 5.7 million Yellow Fever Vaccination Campaign In Mali after One Disease Case in 2007

"Unlicensed Vaccines and Bioweapon Defense in World War II" Journal of the American Medical Association (09/01/99) Vol. 282, No. 9, P. 822; Furmanski, Martin

Allergic reaction to yellow fever?

Yellow Fever experiment

[pdf] Ghana

[pdf French] Nigeria

Since 1996, 34 cases of yellow fever vaccine-associated viscerotropic disease have been described. We report a new case of YEL-AVD. Given the potential risks associated with the vaccine, physicians should consider vaccination only for patients truly at risk for exposure to yellow fever, especially for primovaccination." (Muņoz J, et al. 2008 1)

Six cases of Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS), one of encephalitis, and two of ADEM, were classified as 'suspect' vaccine-associated disease. McMahon AW, et al.

17 vaccine deaths recorded from 1996-2004 ---Vellozzi C, et al.

"The WHO estimates that there are 200,000 cases of yellow fever per year worldwide (1) 'There are 200,000 estimated cases of yellow fever (with 30,000 deaths) per year'. --despite official WHO statistics through 2004 showing an average of less than 1,000 cases per year for the past 35 years (2).  About 90% of cases occur in rural sub-Sahara Africa near the equator.  the remaining cases occur in South America....Nigeria, the country with the greatest number of recorded cases since 1950, had just 49 cases from 1995 through 2004, with 11 deaths.  Ghana had 13 during the same 10 year period." Vaccine Safety Manual  by Neil Z. Miller. (p.447)

"In just the first six months of the war, there were not just seven vaccination deaths, but there were 62 deaths from yellow fever vaccine alone. The men received from 14 to 24 vaccinations of all varieties......The report of the US Secretary of War, Henry L. Simpson regarding the deaths from yellow fever "shots" reads in part: "RECENT ARMY EXPERIENCE WITH YELLOW FEVER VACCINE RESULTED IN 28,505 CASES OF HEPATITIS (disease of the liver) WITH 62 deaths, as of July 24, 1942."--Eleanor McBean

"During the 1850s, there were several epidemics of Yellow Fever in the southern states.  This disease was eventually found to be transmitted by mosquito.   Osler, says that the allopathic mortality from Yellow Fever is between 15-85%.   Holcome, a homeopath, reported in 1853 a mortality of 6.43% in Natchez, and Dr. Davis, another homeopath in Natchez, reported 5.73%.  In 1878 the mortality in New Orleans was 50% under allopathic care, and 5.6% (in 1,945 cases in the same epidemic) with homeopathic care."---Julian Winston

Furmanski M.  Unlicensed vaccines and bioweapon defense in World War II. JAMA. 1999 Sep 1;282(9):822. No abstract available.PMID: 10478686; UI: 99405791.   
In a letter to the editor, Dr. Martin Furmanski of Newport Beach, California, notes that the use of unapproved vaccines for use against biological agents occurred long before Operation Desert Storm.  In 1942, the U.S. military vaccinated all active duty personnel against tetanus, typhoid, smallpox, and yellow fever. The vaccine for yellow fever had not yet been licensed for civilian use and a Food and Drug Administration version would not be available for more than a decade; however, the military decided to use the vaccine anyway in response to the Imperial Japanese Army's attempts to develop biological weapons.  Despite the fact that the 1942 yellow fever vaccine had been reported to possibly cause jaundice after inoculation, the vaccinations began.  The yellow fever vaccine used human serum, some lots of which were contaminated with hepatitis B.  The result of the mass inoculation with the yellow fever vaccine was the largest point source outbreak of hepatitis B ever recorded.  The hepatitis B outbreak began in March 1942, and yellow fever vaccinations ended in April 1942.  Serologic investigation of those inoculated found 330,000 people infected after the vaccination program.  A similar use of unlicensed vaccines almost occurred in 1944.  The U.S. government considered vaccinating the entire D-Day assault force with botulinum toxoid following an erroneous report of Nazi weapons using botulinum toxin, but the U.S. Army Surgeon General refused to let the unapproved vaccination be used.

The largest outbreak of hepatitis B in the U.S. occurred in 1942 in military
personnel who were given vaccine to protect them from yellow fever. It was
unknown at the time that this vaccine contained a human blood component
which was contaminated with HBV. The outbreak caused 28,585 cases of
hepatitis B with jaundice.

Chan RC, et al. Hepatitis and death following vaccination with yellow fever 17D-204 vaccine. Lancet 2001;358:121-122.
Died 8 to 11 days after vaccination