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Mainstream Media Pushing Malaria Vaccine While Refusing to Mention that Wormwood Herb Has a 100% Cure Rate

  • Mainstream Media Pushing Malaria Vaccine While Refusing to Mention that Wormwood Herb Has a 100% Cure Rate
    by , http://www.naturalnews.com/
    (Natural News) Though there is a natural cure for malaria that has been used to successfully treat this disease in the Amazon, China and Africa for thousands of years, it is not this cure that is making headlines internationally, but rather a vaccine produced by GlaxoSmithKline that will be tested in Malawi, Kenya and Ghana in 2018.

    The vaccine will be tested on over 120,000 infected children between the ages of 5 and 17 months – the age group most affected by malaria. The World Health Organization (WHO) is claiming that this vaccine will save tens of thousands of lives, reducing the incidence of malaria in this age group by 40 percent, reducing the number of severely affected patients by a third, and lowering the number of complications resulting in hospitalization and other interventions significantly.

    There is no denying that malaria is a devastating disease. Over 212 million people are infected each year, and for close to half a million of them – mostly children – it proves to be fatal.

    Nonetheless, is a vaccine really the best solution? Vaccines are never 100 percent effective, even if taken exactly as prescribed. Some experts have voiced concerns about the likelihood that rural people in third world countries will be able to complete the required course of four shots that make up the RTS,S vaccine (also known as Mosquirix). The vaccine is designed to be taken once a month for three months, and then the fourth, and most important dose, is taken 18 months later. It is highly unlikely that all patients will complete the full course of treatment. And having been vaccinated – in some cases not fully – many of these people may become lax about other preventative measures like the use of mosquito nets and insecticides. These measures were a large part of the reason that the number of malaria deaths dropped by 62 percent between 2000 and 2015, and if people stopped using them, the vaccine could actually make the malaria problem significantly worse.

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May 10, 2017 - Posted by | Medicine & Health | , ,

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