La vacuna se ha cargado la inmunidad natural contral a difteria.

Estudio en el Journal of Infectious Diseases: The Changing Epidemiology of Diphtheria in the Vaccine Era


In 1914 in Vienna [16] and in 1923 in New York City [17], ∼80% of newborns showed evidence of diphtheria immunity (figure 1). During the first several months of life, this passive immunity waned and was gradually replaced by active immunity, which was acquired through increasing exposure to natural infection. By 15 years of age, 80% of the children had acquired natural immunity against diphtheria.


In areas where diphtheria has been controlled through immunization programs, the immune status of the population has changed considerably: Children have high levels of diphtheria immunity as a result of childhood immunization. The level of immunity declines in late childhood and adolescence… Without the periodic administration of booster doses of diphtheria toxoid or repeated exposure to toxigenic strains of C. diphtheriae, adults become susceptible to diphtheria. The likelihood of having protective antibody levels decreases with age, and in some industrialized countries, >50% of adults are susceptible to diphtheria

De una inmunidad de por vida adquirida a través de anticuerpos maternos y exposición subclínica pasamos tener un 50% de la población adulta expuesta a la difteria.

Luego cuando hay brotes esos mismos adultos que no se ponen las vacunas de refuerzo (boosters), y que por ello (según su propia fe) son portadores y transmisores, señalan con su dedo hipócrita y acusador a los padres que no vacunamos.

Talibanes de las vacunas, cumplan con los preceptos de su propia fe antes de echar babas sobre quienes no compartimos su fe religiosa.

4 pensamientos en “La vacuna se ha cargado la inmunidad natural contral a difteria.


    The culmination of the research that examines the effects of Thimerosal in humans indicates that it is a poison at minute levels with a plethora of deleterious consequences, even at the levels currently administered in vaccines.

    In 2004, the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) published a paper showing that there is no link between the age at which a child is vaccinated with MMR and the vaccinated children’s risk of a subsequent diagnosis of autism. One of the authors, William Thompson, has now revealed that statistically significant information was deliberately omitted from the paper. Thompson first told Dr S Hooker, a researcher on autism, about the manipulation of the data. Hooker analysed the raw data from the CDC study afresh. He confirmed that the risk of autism among African American children vaccinated before the age of 2 years was 340% that of those vaccinated later

    Prevalence of susceptibility to tetanus and diphtheria in health care workers in Catalonia

    A seroprevalence study of tetanus and diphtheria was carried out in a sample of 537 health care workers in Catalonia. The prevalence of protective antibodies against tetanus was 93.9% (95% confidence interval: 91.5-95.7). The prevalence of protective antibodies against diphtheria was 46.4% (95% confidence interval: 42.1-50.7).
    it is important that HCW -as well as providing an example to
    the general public
    – should guard against accidental transmission
    and possible transmission through contact with patients by correct

    • Excelente documento, gracias por traerlo.

      Queda demostrado que la mayoría de la población adulta no está “protegida” contra la difteria. La famosa “inmunidad de grupo” se delata como otra falacia de los fanáticos vacuneros.

      Vivimos sin inmunidad de grupo y sin embargo no hay epidemias. Los fanáticos que auguraban calles regadas de cadáveres en una situación así que asomen sus lindas cabecitas y expliquen por qué no se enferma.

    A diphtheria epidemic in Lesotho, 1989. Did vaccination increase the population’s susceptibility?

    We report a diphtheria outbreak which occurred in the 1st 6 months of 1989 in the Quthing district of Lesotho in Southern Africa. Sixty-eight clinical cases were identified in patients with ages ranging from 14 months to 51 years. The 10-15-year age group represented 38% of the cases and the 15-20-year age group another 26%. Age-adjusted incidence rates were higher in patients aged between 15 and 35 than in those aged 0-15 years (p < 0.001). The overall case fatality rate was 23%. Most deaths occurred in the age range 10-14 years, but the case fatality rate tended to be higher in the younger age groups. The epidemic raises the question of the influence of the ongoing vaccination programme, established since 1977, and the importance of naturally acquired immunity. It is suggested that the number of throat carriers, who in the absence of skin diphtheria would provide most of the population’s immunity, decreases as an indirect consequence of vaccination, and that certain groups not immediately reached by vaccination become more susceptible to diphtheria. This outbreak also illustrates that a sporadic case of diphtheria in a partially immunized community warrants serious efforts to curb the spread of the disease.


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