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India has one of the most extensive vaccination programs in the world, but it was not always the case. In 2019, India was reported to have the highest number of diphtheria and tetanus of any country worldwide. In addition, the country ranked among the top 10 countries worldwide in pertussis and measle cases. Between 2000 and 2020, the annual incidence of these diseases for children under the age of five.

In 2010, measles accounted for about 3% of all deaths in India. India launched the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) or “Clean India Campaign” in 2014 to tackle the problem of open defecation (the depositing of human stool in open spaces and waterways).

Using data from India, Researchers from the University of California, Irvine (UCI) propose sanitation improvements “may play a role in strengthening young children’s immune response” and reducing their disease burden. At the same time, vaccine campaigns can’t come close to making the same claims.-Children’s Health Defense

U.S. data reveal comparable declines in mortality for other conditions for which there was never a vaccine program.

Not surprising, the study’s results also suggest vaccination programs, for all their professed benefits, cannot come close to combatting diseases.

The study also shows that vitamin A supplementation (long recognized as beneficial for reducing measles morbidity and mortality) and improved nutrition helps decrease childhood stunting.

Water, sanitation, hygiene and nutrition interventions promote health.

One would think that it is evident that nutrition and sanitary conditions are critical in combatting disease but why do officials in U.S. turn vaccination into the centerpiece of U.S. (and global) public health policy?

The answer is that compromised legislators, regulators, scientists, and private-sector’s players have been compromised. They try to push the relentless medical-pharmaceutials because of the vast amount of wealth they accumulate through vaccines. Their wealth and power are more important to them than working to make the world healthier. The fact is that with basic sanitary care combined with healthy nutrition, the vaccines might not be necessary at fighting every disease.

A study published in The BMJ reminds us that old-fashioned public health interventions not only matter but can make a difference in a very short time frame.

Global Health’s original research can be found in BMJ Journals. Association between vaccine-preventable diseases in children and improved sanitation following a nationwide sanitation campaign in India: an ecological analysis


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