Annual market value for vaccines was $5 billion in 2000 and is expected to be $100 billion in 2025.
Younger infants are significantly more likely to be either hospitalized or die after vaccination than older infants. There is positive correlation between hospitalization rates and the number of vaccinations. There is positive correlation between infant and toddler mortality rates and the number of vaccinations.
1 in 36 children in the U.S. have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). If autism continues to increase at its current rate, autism will cost the U.S. over $1 trillion (3.6% of GDP) in 2025 (as a point of comparison,U.S. Defense Department spending is 3.1% of GDP). This is a 27,000% increase from the first autism prevalence estimate in the U.S. that established an autism prevalence rate of less than one per 10,000 people in the population (Treffert, 1970). ASD is almost 5 times more common among boys than among girls (Baio, 2014). Buescher, Cidav, Knapp, and Mandell(2014) estimate that more than3.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder.
60% of American adults have a chronic illness and 54% of children have a chronic illness they will never recover from.
Alzheimer’s will reach a projected annual cost of one trillion dollars a year by 2030.
We will be incapable of funding healthcare possibly as soon as 2025 though we might stagger along until 2026 or 2027 until complete societal collapse.........https://vidrebel.wordpress.com/2020/01/30/vaccines-we-will-hit-a-brick-wall-in-5-years/#comment-48552
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