Do Childhood Vaccines Cause Subdural (Brain) Hemorrhages, Currently Diagnosed as Shaken Baby Syndrome, and Other Health Anomalies?

Harold E Buttram, MD and Catherine J Frompovich

A growing base of raw material statistics from the USA and Japan showing clear time-based relationships between childhood vaccine schedules and incidences of subdural hemorrhages, occurring predominately during the first six months in the USA and during the seventh month in Japan, provides heretofore uncollected input material for an epidemiological study of massive proportions that clearly can illustrate a causal vaccine-subdural hemorrhage relationship and other health anomalies.

This paper documents support for such a retrospective study both in the USA and in Japan to correlate incidences of subdural hemorrhages within infant vaccination schedule timeframes in both countries along with other health issues in children.

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