Unvaccinated vs. Vaccinated Studies
The major problem with truly knowing what effects vaccines are having on the health of our children is that there are no clinical controlled studies comparing vaccinated children to unvaccinated children. For this reason we have no ground to stand on in declaring vaccine safety (see Vaccine Safety Studies). However, there have been several survey studies conducted comparing these two groups, and the common findings amongst these studies give us a pretty good indication of the long term detrimental effects of vaccinations.
Some of the following studies are in German (except the Waldorf study and the Hep B study), so unless you can read in German the links won’t be very helpful. J The German studies were found at:
Note: The links to the following five studies are no longer active. Currently there are only links available to sites referencing these studies. The links will be updated when they can connect to the original studies.
Salzburger Elternstudie (Survey of / by parents) (2001-2005)
— Englische Kohortenstudie (1988 - 1999)
— Langzeitstudie in Guinea-Bissau
— Schwedische Studie an Waldorfschulen
— Neuseeländische Umfrage (survey) (1992)
— Hepatitis B triple series vaccine and developmental disability in U.S. children aged 1-9 years
— Results: Children who receive the entire 3-shot series of Hepatitis B Vaccine have a 9x higher rate of developmental disabilities than unvaccinated children.
A German study released in September 2011 of about 8000 unvaccinated children, newborn to 19 years, show vaccinated children have more than twice the diseases and disorders than unvaccinated children, and perhaps five times more of certain disorders.
Unvaccinated vs. Vaccinated Observations
In Chicago, Homefirst Medical Services treats thousands of never-vaccinated children whose parents received exemptions through Illinois' relatively permissive immunization policy.
Homefirst's medical director, Dr. Mayer Eisenstein, told us he is not aware of any cases of autism in never-vaccinated children.
"We have a fairly large practice," says Eisenstein. "We have about 30,000 or 35,000 children that we've taken care of over the years, and I don't think we have a single case of autism in children delivered by us who never received vaccines.”