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NATIONAL RABIES VACCINE CHALLENGE

 

It began in 1998 as a crusade by Barbara J. Andrews. In 2004 Kris Christine launched the Rabies Challenge fund and in 2005 Senator Kennedy exposed the vaccine-mercury-autism connection.

 

When www.TheDogPlace.org launched as the first public website in 1998, vaccines risks finally became public knowledge but were still vigorously downplayed by pharmaceutical interests.

 

Mainstream media was loyal to medical advertisers but when Senator Kennedy also spoke out on the risks and Kris Christine launched the Rabies Challenge through this website it turned the pharmaceutical industry upside down.

 

 Kris Christine was joined by our friend Jean Dodds, DVM of Hemopet in Garden Grove, CA and other veterinary and medical doctors who also began to expose the dark side of the pharmaceutical industry. Thus the Rabies Challenge Fund Charitable Trust (RCF) was established in December 2005.

 

Thus was born the...

 

NATIONAL RABIES VACCINATION CHALLENGE

Kris L. Christine, March 2009

 

Rabies Challenge Fund succeeds in setting new vaccine standards to protect dogs from adverse reactions and immune system damage.

 

Following the first rabies vaccine and a subsequent booster shot 2 to 4 years later (depending on your state), your dog is protected but some states still require annual rabies shots even though by 2008 the Center for Disease Control’s Compendium of Animal Rabies Prevention and Control states  

Vaccines used in state and local rabies control programs should have at least a 3-year duration of immunity. This constitutes the most effective method of increasing the proportion of immunized dogs and cats in any population (50) and the CDC also said ... laboratory or epidemiologic data exist to support the annual or biennial administration of 3 or 4-year vaccines following the initial series.

 

Dr. Ronald Schultz of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine stated There is no benefit from annual rabies vaccination and most one year rabies products are similar or identical to the 3-year products with regard to duration of immunity and effectiveness.

 

Alabama’s veterinary leaders agreed Redundant annual rabies shots needlessly expose dogs and cats to the risk of adverse effects while obligating residents to pay unnecessary veterinary medical fees.

 

The American Veterinary Medical Association's 2001 Principles of Vaccination went further with this observation “Unnecessary stimulation of the immune system does not result in enhanced disease resistance, and may increase the risk of adverse post-vaccination events.”

 

You can see why it took so long to update the prevailing position on rabies vaccine when looking back at such statements as ... Immunologically, the rabies vaccine is the most potent of the veterinary vaccines and is/was associated with significant adverse reactions such as polyneuropathy “resulting in muscular atrophy, inhibition or interruption of neuronal control of tissue and organ function, incoordination, and weakness,”

 

Thankfully, most veterinarians put "get 'em to the clinic" financial concerns aside and agreed “It is medically unsound for this vaccine to be given more often than is necessary to maintain immunity.

 

New science finally won over outdated but profitable protocol. The World Health Organization had at one time “classified veterinary vaccine adjuvants as Class III/IV carcinogens with Class IV being the highest risk.”[7] and the results of a study published in the August 2003 Journal of Veterinary Medicine documenting fibrosarcomas at the presumed injection sites of rabies vaccines stated, “In both dogs and cats, the development of necrotizing panniculitis at sites of rabies vaccine administration was first observed by Hendrick & Dunagan (1992).” [8] According to the 2003 AAHA Guidelines, “...killed vaccines are much more likely to cause hypersensitivity reactions (e.g., immune-mediated disease).” [9]

 

The labels on rabies vaccines state that they are for “the vaccination of healthy cats, dogs... a and there are medical conditions for which vaccination can jeopardize the life or well-being of an animal.

 

A medical exemption clause inserted into Title 3 Chapter 7A-2 would allow veterinarians to write waivers for animals for whom medical conditions preclude vaccination. Editor's note: the following is an example of a form used by the State of Maine but in 2022 things have changed and you would need to check with your veterinarian or state as to current protocol.

 

A letter of exemption from vaccination may be submitted for licensure, if a medical reason exists that precludes the vaccination of the dog. Qualifying letters must be in the form of a written statement, signed by a licensed veterinarian, that includes a description of the dog, and the medical reason that precludes vaccination. If the medical reason is temporary, the letter shall indicate a time of expiration of the exemption.

 

A dog exempted under the provisions of paragraph 5 A, above, shall be considered unvaccinated, for the purposes of 10-144 C.M.R. Ch.251, Section 7(B)(1), (Rules Governing Rabies Management) in the case of said dog’s exposure to a confirmed or suspect rabid animal.

 

Received from Kris L. Christine, Founder, Co-Trustee, www.RabiesChallengeFund.org

 

Editor’s Note:  Every dog owner in America owes Kris a huge debt.  She undertook the vaccine industry and she won, first in her state, then appearing before other state boards and with Jean Dodds, DVM of international renown, finally joined by other progressive, ethical, animal loving university veterinarians.  

 

I am honored and humbled to have joined her crusade, putting the resources of TheDogPlace.org behind Kris to help disseminate her progress.  If you love your dogs and value their health, say thank you and see how you can help! Also see historical coverage of the Rabies Vaccine Reaction Lawsuit

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