Breakthrough Varicella (Chickenpox)
In the April 2020 newsletter from the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, CDC wrote:
“Did you know breakthrough varicella is now more common than typical chickenpox? Some people who have received 1 or 2 doses of chickenpox vaccine and are later exposed to the virus may develop breakthrough varicella. Usually, a person with breakthrough varicella has a rash with fewer than 50 skin lesions, and the rash can look similar to other rashes and insect bites. Check out the new breakthrough varicella infographic on this page to compare breakthrough varicella with other rashes.”
What is “breakthrough” disease? It is any disease that occurs in spite of the individual being vaccinated against it. It is vaccine failure. The symptoms of breakthrough varicella may not be as obvious as the symptoms seen in non-vaccinated individuals. When symptoms are not clear, individuals may be unaware they are presenting a risk of transmission to newborns or immune-compromised individuals. This is also true of pertussis (whooping cough), measles, and all other vaccine-targeted infections. Choosing vaccination comes with certain responsibilities, including knowing about breakthrough disease and the possibility for low-symptom and asymptomatic transmission.
Unlike vaccination, experiencing wild chickenpox confers lifetime protection. CDC says:
“For most people, getting chickenpox once provides immunity for life. However, for a few people, it is possible to get chickenpox more than once; although, this is not common.”
Mass vaccination programs have put humanity in a situation never seen before, and is very concerning: the loss of natural herd immunity and the dependence on the inferior and waning protection of pharmaceutical products, as well as exposure to the health risks of those products.
Prof. Heidi Larson, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project, describes the “biggest challenge” facing scientists, and the “very fragile state” of “vaccine-induced immunity.” (Dec. 3rd, 2019)
SOURCE: World Health Organization
Watch the original video here https://www.who.int/news-room/events/…
(Tuesday Afternoon Second Part: Starting at Timecode 01:29:51)
History has shown that when individuals are healthy, contagious infections are not a problem, and natural immunity protection is superior. It is host susceptibility that is important to address — just as we are seeing with the current COVID-19 situation. Germ Theory is very profitable to drug companies and the medical industry, but it does not serve the health of individuals or the public. It is time for public health policies to switch to the Terrain Theory approach to health. Please see Perfectly Designed to learn more. Terrain theory approaches improve the health of all individuals and help prevent all health problems, reduce the spread and severity of contagious illnesses, and provide for healing protocols that support the immune system rather than masking symptoms.