You better take screenshots of all important vaccine information online!

Someone commented on Sharyl Attkisson’s article Government Wipes Recent Vaccine Injury Data from Website that

Until a couple of weeks ago, the CDC page on polio stated that up to 95% of all polio cases are so mild as to be asymptomatic. NINETY-FIVE PERCENT. Suddenly, with absolutely no explanation, it now says 72%.

Get screen shots of EVERYTHING.

Unfortunately I didn’t take a screenshot or download the old Poliomyelitis pinkbook PDF (here’s the URL for the newly revised 2015 one.)

However, I did copy some of the information from the old one. This is what it used to say:

“Up to 95% of all polio infections are inapparent or asymptomatic.”

“Approximately 4%–8% of polio infections consist of a minor, nonspecific illness without clinical or laboratory evidence of central nervous system invasion.”

“Fewer than 1% of all polio infections result in flaccid paralysis.”

This is what it now says under Clinical Features:

“Up to 72% of all polio infections in children are asymptomatic.”

“Approximately 24% of polio infections in children consist of a minor, nonspecific illness without clinical or laboratory evidence of central nervous system invasion.”

“Nonparalytic aseptic meningitis (symptoms of stiffness of the neck, back, and/or legs), usually following several days after a prodrome similar to that of minor illness, occurs in 1%–5% of polio infections in children.”

Polio_Clinical_Features_CDC_Pinkbook_2015

Basically, a non-event in more than 96% of cases. And I bet the chances of a healthy well-nourished person living in first-world conditions getting a bad case of polio is virtually ZERO.

6/7/15 EDIT:

Someone was so kind to send to me a link to the old PDF file. Better download it before it disappears!

http://web.archive.org/web/20150404023108/http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/pinkbook/downloads/polio.pdf

Screenshot of info:

Polio_Clinical_Features_CDC_Pinkbook_OLD

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2 thoughts on “You better take screenshots of all important vaccine information online!

    • Good idea! It’s too bad it’s come to this though. I guess the CDC doesn’t care that it has damaged its credibility with this little stunt.

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