Vaccine accumulation is closely correlated to infant mortality, according to new research that was published on February 2nd in the journal Cureus, which is reviewed by medical professionals in the field. This means that the more vaccinations a baby obtains, the higher the risk of passing away unexpectedly.
Gary S. Goldman, Ph.D., an impartial computer scientist, as well as Neil Z. Miller, a medical researcher, confirmed once again what they discovered more than a decade earlier: that there is a positive significant correlation among infant mortality rates (IMRs) and the number of vaccine doses a baby receives. The authors of this study were Gary S. Goldman, Ph.D., an independent research scientist, and Neil Z. Miller, a medical researcher.
According to the research presented in a paper with the title “Reaffirming a Positive Correlation Between Number of Vaccine Doses and Infant Mortality Rates: A Response to Critics,” a “positive correlation between the number of vaccine doses and IMRs is detectable in the most highly developed nations.”
Goldman and Miller reaffirmed, once again, that vaccination programs are the bane of children’s health by recreating the statistical study that they did back in 2011 to arrive at the same conclusion. This time, they found that the results were the same. According to the findings of the recent study, something that we were led to believe would be favorable for the health of the general population is, in fact, harmful to that health.
According to the findings of Goldman and Miller’s first article, which was released in the peer-reviewed journal Human & Experimental Toxicology, countries that vaccinate their children less often saw a significantly lower rate of unexpected fatalities among infants. It states that the IMR is one of the most significant indicators of socioeconomic well-being and the circumstances of public health in a nation and that it is one of the most essential indicators.
The first research reveals that although the United States’ childhood vaccination schedule requires 26 vaccine shots for children aged less than one year – the highest in the world — 33 other countries had lower incidence rates of the disease.
“The vaccination schedules of these 34 countries were analyzed using linear regression, and a correlation coefficient of r = 0.70 (p 0.0001) was discovered between IMRs and also the number of vaccine doses that are routinely given to babies,”
In this discussion, “r” refers to the correlation coefficient, which is an integer with a value that can fall anywhere between -1 and 1. Any value that is greater than zero is seen as having a positive correlation, while any number that falls within the range of 0.6 and 0.79 is regarded as having a “strong” positive correlation.
This indicates that vaccinations, with a direct association with an IMR of 0.70, are at the upper end of what is regarded to be “strong.” A number of 0.8 or higher is considered to be a “very strong” positive correlation. Vaccines have been shown to reduce the incidence of infectious diseases.
In the context of this discussion, the term “p-value” refers to the amount to which the value of the predictor in an analysis of linear regression is connected to changes in the value of the response variable. Any p-value with a value less than 0.05 is deemed to be statistically meaningful, which suggests that the predictor variable or the response variable are connected to each other and are moving in the same direction.
IMRs tend to be substantially worse in nations like the United States, where the childhood vaccination program is more extensive, as compared to other countries that don’t vaccinate their children very often and have superior IMRs. This is confirmed by both the first research and this most recent one.
“In 2011, we published a research that discovered a perplexing, positive correlation, r = 0.70 (p .0001),” Miller told The Defender about his and Goldman’s most recent work. “The study demonstrated that among the most greatly developed nations (n = 30), those that require more immunizations for their infants have higher infant mortality rates (IMRs).”
“Much more study has to be done in this subject; yet, conducting further studies will only produce a limited amount of good change unless more individuals and their families begin to understand the link between immunizations and adverse occurrences.”
“Also, politicians and health officials must let individuals accept or refuse vaccinations without intimidating them or causing them to suffer severe repercussions.”