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According to Dr. Gary Goldman, before the universal chickenpox or varicella vaccine was introduced in the USA in 1996, 95% of adults had experienced natural chickenpox, usually as children, and had life-long immunity.  Subsequent exposures to natural chickenpox prevented or postponed shingles. 

Childhood chickenpox vaccination programs have increased the cases of shingles in adults by 100%.  To counteract the dramatic increase in shingles cases, a shingles vaccine, Zostavax, was introduced.  After the introduction of the shingles vaccine, adults began falling ill with chickenpox – a childhood disease.

Additionally, since the universal chickenpox vaccine was introduced, the high percentage of people with long-term immunity has been compromised.  Vaccination at best provides 70%-90% immunity that is temporary and of unknown duration making these children susceptible to chickenpox as adults.  It has, therefore, shifted chickenpox to a more vulnerable adult population where chickenpox carries 15 times more risk of hospitalization and 20 times more risk of death compared to children. 

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At the inaugural meeting of Physicians for Informed Consent in 2017, Dr. Gary Goldman presented his varicella vaccine findings and whistle-blower experience as a lead research analyst in the Antelope Valley Varicella Active Surveillance Project. He described how a national chickenpox vaccine program altered the epidemiology of shingles and the ways in which the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) manipulated data to conceal the unwanted outcomes that occurred.

“[In the Antelope Valley community] we had 300 surveillance units – daycare [centers], schools, physicians, clinics, hospitals – [reporting to us] … [this] community of 300,000 would report cases of chickenpox to us. And we would follow up by calling the parents and getting a family history and background on other children. So really, we were going to produce perhaps some of the best data ever collected in history on this disease of varicella.”

Varicella is part of the herpes family of viruses. Chickenpox is caused by the varicella-zoster virus.  The same virus causes shingles, also known as herpes zoster. “So, after you’ve been exposed to VZV (the varicella-zoster virus) you will manifest that rash that is known commonly as chickenpox,” Dr. Goldman explained.

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