ADHD (2020 Pilot Survey Data Comparison of Vaccinated vs Unvaccinated)

ADHD (2020 Pilot Survey Data Comparison of Vaccinated vs Unvaccinated)

ADHD in 99% vaccine-exposed children under 18 years: 9.4%
According to the CDC, “the estimated number of children ever diagnosed with ADHD, according to a national 2016 parent survey, is 6.1 million (9.4%).” There is no biologically objective test for diagnosing ADHD. Symptoms include: resistance to sitting still for prolonged periods and/or “too many” physical activities, like playing, climbing, and running, during periods when others would prefer children sit still, and resistance to focusing on tedious and repetitive tasks for long periods. Many adults are also now diagnosed with this “disability” and according to the CDC 60% of ADHD ‘patients’ are medicated, typically with mind-altering amphetamines.

Compare Unvaccinated Survey Data
ADHD in children under 18 years:
(a) Total ADHD reported (6 of 1,272): 0.47%
1. Risk of ADHD diagnosis in unvaccinated without exposure to K-shot or maternal vaccines (4 of 845): 0.47%
2. Risk of ADHD diagnosis in unvaccinated (post-birth) population with exposure to K-shot and/or maternal vaccines (2 of 427): 0.47%
(b) Increased risk of diagnosis in vaccine-exposed population: 1,883%
NOTE: ADHD has no identifiable biological “cause”, nor any physical test that can objectively diagnose it. However, the risk of being diagnosed with ADHD, (and thereafter, likely medicated) is 1,883% higher in the vaccinated (post-birth) population.

All citations here: https://vaxcheckers.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/2021-Amended-FULL-Report-Control-Group-2.pdf


ADHD in 99% vaccine-exposed population over 18 years (current): 4.4%
According to NIMH, “the overall prevalence of current adult ADHD is 4.4%”

Compare Unvaccinated Survey Data
ADHD in adults over age 18
Risk in unvaccinated (0 of 210): 0%

All citations here: https://vaxcheckers.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/2021-Amended-FULL-Report-Control-Group-2.pdf

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