Even after that, for life, any time anyone steps on a nail or gets a minor cut, tetanus “boosters” are routinely given.But what sense does it make to pretend to cure a disease that is caused by a puncture would which may have the remotest possibility of containing Clostridium by giving the person another puncture wound that definitely contains Clostridium, or its byproducts?No manufacturer has ever claimed curative powers for any vaccine. Nor do any suggest that a subsequent vaccine would prevent the development of tetanus.Think about it: if you have a disease process already going on, how could adding more of the pathogen or its toxoids to your blood possibly help you? “IF for some reason you and your child’s doctor assess a risk for Tetanus, you have the option of choosing a non-vaccine shot called Tetanus Immunoglobulin or Ti G for short. IMPORTANT: if you suspect Tetanus, make sure your child gets the Ti G shot!“The incidence of tetanus had almost completely disappeared by the time vaccines became popular.
Today, tetanus is uncommon in the United States, with an average of 29 reported cases per year from 1996 through 2009″ “Today, tetanus is uncommon in the United States, with an average of 29 reported cases per year from 1996 through 2009″? Pretty much, the CDC’s own website tells us it’s not common and is found in wounds caused by contaminated objects…It’s one thing to claim that the vaccine could confer immunity before the injury happened.But to pretend a shot could immunize someone after the infection has occurred trespasses into the realm of superstition. Again, no scientists claim curative value after being infected with Clostridium.Even if you ask for the immunoglobulin, some medical employees might not know what this is or think you are mistaken and assume you want the vaccine. Which by the way, if you have not read his article called “My CRYSTAL Clear Stance on Vaccines”, you really should. How did the conventional wisdom of tetanus shots from a dirty rusty nail outdoors where Clostridium may be harbored in animals spoors – how did that idea get transformed to needing tetanus shots after the slightest most antiseptic nick around the house? Sometimes they claim to have a “T” only vaccine, which is untrue.