In regards to measles, according to the CDC: "One out of every 1,000 will develop inflammation of the brain (encephalitis), and 1 out of 1,000 will die." You also state that "Before vaccinations became prevalent in the United States, it was estimated that 3 to 4 million people were infected yearly with measles. Of these, 400 to 500 died while another 1,000 developed measles encephalitis."
Let's do some basic math: If 4 million people get the measles and 400 die, then one out of every 10,000 people who get measles will die (not 1 in 1,000). Similarly, 1 in 4,000 will develop encephalitis (not 1 in 1,000). To learn more about other CDC lies and half-truths visit: www.DarkSideVaccines.com