There's no such thing as an illness or disease that doesn't have sometimes associated complications and death - even the common cold. Yet, we wouldn't call the common cold anything other than benign. The pictograph posted below, of pre-vaccine America, makes it as plain as the nose on your face: measles is a benign illness. It should also make it obvious that the one child in 7,500 cases who died had some pretty serious health issues; that complications and death don't follow the virus, or bacteria, they follow the person.
Health issues can often be improved through proper treatments and therapies. Health in no way can be improved through vaccination - through injection of disease, certainly of multiple diseases, known neurotoxins - literal poisons - carcinogens and other chemicals, none of which belong in the human bloodstream. That's why the MMR vaccine - sticking to measles - is listed by Health and Human Services as causing brain inflammation, brain damage, potentially fatal anaphylactic shock, chronic arthritis, thrombocytopenic purpura - a blood platelet autoimmune disorder so named because the resulting accumulation of internal bruises ultimately turns the body purple - and "Any acute complication or sequela, including death,...".
The information we're given in the mainstream is dishonest in its origin. In 1957, for instance, we were told the Salk vaccine, introduced in 1954, had prevented 32,500 cases of polio in the U.S., 90% of what otherwise would have been expected, when the decline was literally and directly the result of drastic changes to the diagnostic parameters of the disease put in place in 1955.
To be clear, the success of the vaccine, lauded as a banner of the industry, is a sham. The USCDC lists measles as "the deadliest of the fever / rash diseases", giving a terribly misleading, dishonest impression of the reality of the illness, when they know full well that what was stated by an MD in a 1959 British Medical Journal issue is true:
"In this practice measles is considered as a relatively mild and inevitable childhood ailment that is best encountered any time from 3 to 7 years of age. Over the past 10 years there have been few serious complications at any age, and all children have made complete recoveries. As a result of this reasoning no special attempts have been made at prevention even in young infants in whom the disease has not been found to be especially serious."
Critically, multiple studies tell us that febrile childhood illnesses are associated with protection against cancer later in life. That is, from a valid perspective the process we call infectious illness is corrective in nature - an adjustment, if you will, to afford better immunological strength in adolescence and adulthood.
Beyond being terribly divisive, the notion that vaccination is protective in any way, for anyone - most of all, ironically, for the vaccinated - is false.
The final irony is that it's not really about choice; that no parent who's seen enough honest vaccine information would ever choose to vaccinate in the first place.