Tetanus Shot: How Do We Know That It Works? | GreenMedInfo |

Tetanus Shot: How Do We Know That It Works? | GreenMedInfo |

Hygienic childbirth appears to be highly effective in preventing neonatal tetanus and makes tetanus vaccination regimen during pregnancy unnecessary for women who give birth under hygienic conditions.  Furthermore, it was estimated in 1989 in Tanzania that 40% of neonatal tetanus cases still occurred in infants born to mothers who were vaccinated during pregnancy,[6] stressing the importance of hygienic birth practices regardless of maternal vaccination status.

Crone & Reder (1992) have documented a curious case of severe tetanus in a 29-year old man with no pre-existing conditions and no history of drug abuse, typical among modern-day tetanus victims in the USA.  In addition to the regular series of tetanus immunization and boosters ten years earlier during his military service, this patient had been hyper-immunized (immunized with the tetanus toxoid to have extremely high serum antitoxin) as a volunteer for the purposes of the commercial TIG production.  He was monitored for the levels of antitoxin in his serum and, as expected, developed extremely high levels of antitoxin after the hyper-immunization procedure.  Nevertheless, he incurred severe tetanus 51 days after the procedure despite clearly documented presence of serum antitoxin prior to the disease.  In fact, upon hospital admission for tetanus treatment his serum antitoxin levels measured about 2,500 times higher than the level deemed protective.  His tetanus was severe and required more than five weeks of hospitalization with life-saving measures.  This case demonstrated that serum antitoxin has failed to prevent severe tetanus even in the amounts 2,500 times higher than what is considered sufficient for tetanus prevention in adults.

In a clinical study of tetanus treatment conducted in Bangladesh in 1984, the administration of conventional procedures, including the anti-tetanus serum, to patients who contracted tetanus left 74% of them dead in the 1-12 age group and 68% dead in the 13-30 age group.  In contrast, daily co-administration of one gram of ascorbic acid intravenously had cut down this high mortality to 0% in the 1-12 age group, and to 37% in the 13-30 age group.[13] The older patients were treated with the same amount of ascorbic acid without adjustments for their body weight.

In 1926, already being aware that oral exposure to tetanus spores does not lead to clinical tetanus, Drs. Tenbroeck and Bauer set out to determine whether feeding research animals with tetanus spores could provide protection from tetanus induced by an appropriate laboratory method of spore injection.  In their experiment, several groups of guinea pigs were given food containing distinct strains of C. tetani.  A separate group of animals were used as controls—their diet was free of any C. tetani.  After six months, all groups were injected under the skin with spores premixed with aleuronat.  The groups that were previously exposed to spores orally did not develop any symptoms of tetanus upon such tetanus-prone spore injection, whereas the control group did.  The observed protection was strain-specific, as animals still got tetanus if injected with spores from a mismatched strain—a strain they were not fed with.  But when fed multiple strains, they developed protection from all of them.

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There has been NO placebo-controlled trial in humans to figure out if the tetanus shot actually works. Nor has any placebo controlled study been done to figure out how long a tetanus vaccine would give in terms of years.

However, intravenous Vitamin C has been shown to have anti viral, anti bacterial and anti fungal life saving properties even in cases where a bacterial infection would normally kill someone in 24 hours.  Isn’t it odd how the medical industrial complex won’t research this, nor use it in any hospital or clinic? Why not?

Vitamin C is cheap, effective and cannot be patented, so there is no PROFIT in it, for a GREED based system.

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