The United States’ immunization schedule reveals that an infant receives 26 doses of vaccinations by the time they are 1 years old (3). On the contrast, Sweden’s schedule only requires 12 doses. With Sweden having one of the lowest IMRs and the United States having one of the highest (out of developed countries), it is difficult to ignore the correlation between vaccines and infant deaths.
In 2011, a linear regression was performed to explore this possibility and the results were conclusive. The study states, “It appears that at a certain stage in nations’ movement up the socio-economic scale—after the basic necessities for infant survival (proper nutrition, sanitation, clean water, and access to health care) have been met—a counter-intuitive relationship occurs between the number of vaccines given to infants and infant mortality rates: nations with higher (worse) infant mortality rates give their infants, on average, more vaccine doses.”(4)
The study entertained the possibility of the number of vaccines infants receive cause biochemical or synergistic toxicity, which in turn causes SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). Biochemical/synergistic toxicity is the understanding that combining toxins (vaccines) can induce a lethal cocktail in some recipients. While one toxin can appear to be harmless, the presence of another can amplify the possibility of dangerous results.