When vaccines have wiped out polio and people still get polio, what happens? Medical personnel call the paralytic symptoms something else, in this case Non-Polio Acute Flaccid Paralysis (NPAFP). In India, for example, the “last” case of polio occurred in 2011; but in the same year there were an extra 47,500 new cases of “rare” NPAFP. The occurrence of NPAFP was directly proportional to doses of oral polio vaccine received. The symptoms of NPAFP are clinically indistinguishable from polio paralysis and the illness is twice as deadly. Now we are hearing about “polio-like” illness in California, with a cluster of five children with paralysis in one year—and this is just the reported cases. Other countries are also seeing increases in the new “non-polio” illness. The truth is, polio was on a steep decline when the vaccine was introduced (some say due to banning of neurotoxic DDT), and now it’s back. The most logical conclusion is that NPAFP is caused by the polio vaccine.