New JAMA study (Journal of the American Medical Association) recognizes the existence and underestimation of numerous sudden child deaths (SIDS)
The authors of the report denounce widespread incongruities in the certification of death, and this implies that the United States Public Health Agency (the equivalent of AIFA in Italy) it is almost certainly underestimating the frequency with which such deaths occur.
When a child of 12 months or so dies unexpectedly no one can explain why. And this despite the fact that they are children born at full term and officially free of pathologies. These deaths end up being recorded in a mysterious container called “sudden unexplained death in childhood” (SUDC).
The US body that controls these facts, the famous CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) acknowledges that in the 2017 It is in the 2018 almost,it 400 children (per year) they died suddenly and without a clear cause, but the new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) questions that the CDC knows the correct numbers. According to university researchers and medical and forensic experts who authored the study, Widespread inconsistencies in death certification mean that the US public health agency is almost certainly underestimating the frequency with which such infant deaths occur
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Information “neglected” concerning Vaccination.
The researchers noted that even when autopsy data and related facts are available, a significant number of sudden and unexpected infant deaths tend to remain unexplained. At the end of 2019 Japanese forensic pathologists wrote in the American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology highlighting a potential cause of sudden death that American researchers generally ignore or reject a priori: vaccination.
[Indeed, sudden death is written in vaccine package inserts, concealed under the name of “Kavasaky's syndrome” which includes myocardial infarction resulting in sudden death]
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