Blog: "Vaccines as a primary CAUSE of food allergies"
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Allergy timeline

Allergy timeline

Date:   1/30/2009 5:12:04 AM   ( 14 y ) ... viewed 4351 times

Vaccines

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1879  First vaccine for cholera

1890  First vaccine for tetanus

1896  First vaccine for typhoid fever

1897  First vaccine for bubonic plague

   
1901   The first case report of food allergy (cows' milk allergy) was published by Hamburger in 1901.

1917  Cholera vaccine

1917  Typhoid vaccine (parenteral)

   
1920   At Google books, the “Peanut Allergy Answer” book says  1920 was the first reference of a nut allergy.

1921  First vaccine for diphtheria

1926  First vaccine for pertussis (whooping cough)

1927  First vaccine for tuberculosis

   

1933

  The pertussis vaccine's ability to kill was first signaled in 1933 when T. Madsen reported two babies died within minutes of vaccination.
1934  

Dr. Vaughan studied an entire village of 508 people who lived in and around Clover, Virginia ..which meant that 60 percent of the population studied, had some degree of allergy....Out of the 60 percent of people who had major and minor allergies who where were able to attribute symptoms to definite causes…”62.6 percent reacted to foods..”14

1935  Yellow Fever vaccine

1945  First vaccine for influenza

   

1950

  When the first case of sesame allergy was reported in 1950, the allergen was considered anything but ordinary.

1952  First vaccine for polio

1955  Inactivated polio vaccine licensed

   

1960 

children received on average one or two vaccines  

1961  Monovalent oral polio vaccine licensed.

1963  Trivalent oral polio vaccine licensed

1964  First vaccine for measles

1967  First vaccine for mumps

1968-69  Rubella vaccine licensed

1970  First vaccine for rubella 

1970  Anthrax vaccine manufactured by the Michigan Department of Public Health.

1971  Measles, Mumps, Rubella vaccine licensed (MMR).

1971  Routine smallpox vaccination ceases in the United States.

1974  First vaccine for chicken pox

   
1976   At Google books, the “Peanut Allergy Answer” book says  that there was no research in the field of peanut allergy until 1976.

1977  First vaccine for pneumonia (Streptococcus pneumoniae)

1978  First vaccine for meningitis (Neisseria meningitidis)

1978  the CDC added the triple shot MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) to the growing baby immunization program.

1978  Fluzone, the current flu vaccine that is made by Aventis pasteur, was licensed.

   

1980 

children received 8-9 vaccines  

1980  Meningococcal polysaccharide vaccine, groups A, C, Y, W135 combined (Menomune)

   

1981

  the prospective UCLA/FDA study published in Pediatrics in 1981 comparing DT and DPT vaccines would find that 1 in 875 DPT shots is followed by either a convulsion or collapse shock episode within 48 hours of vaccination.

1982  Hepatitis B vaccine becomes available.

   

1983  Pneumococcal vaccine, 23 valent

  The rapid increase in nut allergy has been quite alarming especially when one considers that Dr Hide described the first case of Brazil nut anaphylaxis in the UK as recently as 1983.

1985  The FDA gave a license to Praxis Biologicals for the first HIB vaccine for use in 24 month old children and, shortly after, Lederle and Connaught also were given licenses to manufacture HIB vaccine.

1986  Licensure of first recombinant vaccine (hepatitis B)

   
1988   At Google books, the “Peanut Allergy Answer” book says - In 1988 four people died of peanut allergy.
1989  Two-dose measle vaccine recommendation ...the Centers for Disease Control mandated that vaccines increase. Vaccines increased from 10 to 24  

1990 

children were routinely given 10 vaccinations  

1990  Licensure of first polysaccharide conjugate vaccine (Haemophilus influenzae type b)

1991  Universal infant hepatitis B vaccination recommended for all infants

1991  Acellular pertussis vaccine (DTaP) licensed for use in older children aged 15 months to six years old.

1993  Japanese encephalitis vaccine

   
1994   According to the journal, the first known case of lupin allergy

1995  Varicella vaccine licensed

1995  Hepatitis A vaccine licensed.

1996  Acellular pertussis vaccine licensed for infants

   
1997  Sequential polio vaccination recommended   1 in 250 young children had peanut allergy in the US

The incidence of food allergy in children is approximately 1.3% and among adults 0.3% according to Chandra (1997).

According to Statistics Canada, there were 6 deaths due to food anaphylaxis in 1997

first known case of allergy to ingested pectin. A 3 1/2-year-old boy developed anaphylaxis once after eating Cashew nut and later after eating a pectin-containing fruit “smoothie”.

1999  First rotavirus vaccine licensed.    

1999 

Combination vaccines: To complete the 1999 Recommended Childhood Schedule in the United States,1,2 a minimum of 13 separate injections are needed to immunize a child from birth to age six years, using vaccines licensed in the United States as of April 10, 1999. Approximately 125 people die each year in the USA secondary to food-induced anaphylaxis.80

2000  Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (Prevnar) recommended for all young children.

Children now receive 33 vaccines before they enter school – a huge increase.   
2002   1 in 125 young children had peanut allergy in the US

O’Brien tells IB News “That year there was a 50 percent increase in soy allergies that year alone in children and adults.  From 1997 to 2002 within five years of the introduction of GE soy peanut allergies doubled.”

In France, according to Le réseau d'allergovigilance, by Gisèle Kanny, Médecine Interne, Immunologie Clinique et Allergologie, Hôpital Central 54035 Nancy cedex: there were 107 reported cases of serious anaphylactic reactions due to food allergy in 2002 (in 33 children and 74 adults), including two fatalities due to soy and peanut. The prevalence of food allergy in the French population is estimated to be 3.24%.

2003  First live attenuated influenza vaccine licensed (FluMist) for use in 5 to 49 year old persons.

2003  The CDC recommended that children 6 to 23 months of age receive an annual flu vaccination.

2003  First Adult Immunization Schedule introduced.

  To the best of our knowledge, this is the first case of allergy to lingonberry.

Asthma increased 75% since 1980

2004  Inactivated influenza vaccine recommended for all children 6 to 23 months of age.

2004  Pediarix,a vaccine that combines the DTaP, IPV, and Hep B vaccines, into one shot, is approved.

  "The number of American children suffering from life threatening peanut allergies has doubled in the past five years and the number of Americans with food allergies has risen from 6 million to 11 million. This runs parallel with the doubling of asthma, learning disabilities, ADHD; the tripling of diabetes

2005  Boostrix and Adacel, Tdap vaccines, are approved for teens.

2005  Menactra, a new meningococcal vaccine is approved for people between the ages of 11 to 55 years of age.

   

2006  RotaTeq is a new rotavirus vaccine from Merck.

2006  ProQuad is a new vaccine that combines the MMR and Varivax vaccines for measles, mumps, rubella, and chicken pox into a single shot.

2006  Gardasil, the first HPV vaccine is approved.

  At the 2006 Annual Meeting of the AAAA&I in Miami,.FL., Dr Marie-Noel Primeau from the Allergy Service of Ste Justine Hospital, Montreal, presented First reaction to nuts or peanuts from candy bars labelled 'may contain nuts/peanuts' in older children.

2007  A booster dose of Varivax, the chickenpox vaccine, is now recommended for all children.

2007  The recommended age for Flumist, the nasal spray flu vaccine, was lowered to two years.

American children were being told by government health officials and pediatricians to get 48 doses of 14 vaccines by age six and 53-56 doses of 15 or 16 vaccines by age 12. In May 2007, CNN Money reported predictions that vaccine industry sales will more than double by 2010. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released the first federal study focused on childhood food allergies -- with surprising results. The study, released last month, found that the number of children with food allergies is on the rise, with an 18 percent increase of reported cases over the past decade. In 2007, about 3 million children under age 18 reported food or digestive allergies during the previous 12-month period.

 

2008  Kinrix, a combination of DTaP and IPV that can be used for children between the ages of 4 and 6 is approved.

2008  Pentacel, a combination of DTaP, IPV and Hib is approved.

2008  Rotarix, a two dose rotavirus vaccine is approved.

  Approximately 12 million Americans suffer from food allergy, with 6.9 million allergic to seafood and 3.3 million allergic to peanuts or tree nuts. 18

Approximately 2.2 million school-aged children have food allergy. 18

One in every 17 children under the age of 3 has food allergy. 18

It is estimated that more than 150 people die annually from anaphylaxis to food.19

 

  A generation ago, a child with an allergy was virtually unheard of.

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