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12 Mainstream Vaccine Lies You Probably Believe

admin July 28, 2015

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I know — uh-oh, I said the v word.  It’s probably the most controversial topic out there right now, and it can lead to seriously vicious attacks.  So before we even get started, I ask you, please remember that whatever ‘side’ you’re on, there are real people on the other side of the screen.  It is possible to discuss this topic without getting nasty.  And I’m not going to publish comments that swear, insult others, or are unnecessary and don’t further the discussion.  If you wouldn’t say it to someone’s face, don’t say it here.  Differing opinions are welcome; nastiness is not.

The argument over vaccines really has gotten ridiculous lately and there are a ton of myths that are flying around.  The theory of vaccination and the immune system are both incredibly complex.  It’s not, and never was, a cut-and-dried issue.  Lately people want you to think it is.  They’re so sure that vaccines are perfectly amazing and have no side effects (or hardly any) that we should actually mandate them for everyone.

But we can’t do that.   Vaccines, like any other medical procedure, must remain a choice.  That’s especially true because of all these lies that circulate.  Let’s just dive in…because this is so important.

12 Mainstream Vaccine Lies You Probably Believe

1. If you’re vaccinated, you can’t catch the diseases

Sorry, but no.

No matter what, vaccines are not 100% effective.  Some people will fail to develop any “protection” at all.  Some will find that protection wanes after only a short time.  In fact, the pertussis vaccine (DTaP and Tdap) are among the least effective vaccines, with any protection fading in a matter of months (this study explains waning protection).  There’s also no evidence (and can be no evidence) that the disease would be milder if you were vaccinated first.

One study showed that a single dose of DTaP was only 55% effective — and only at preventing hospitalization, not the infection itself.  And even then, only very temporarily.

The bottom line is, you actually can catch the disease, even if you’ve been vaccinated.

2. If you’re vaccinated, you can’t spread diseases

Again, no.

If vaccines work as advertised, then you may come across an illness and not catch it — that’s kind of the whole point.  However, you can still become a carrier of that illness, and you can still pass it on to others.  An article by Suzanne Humphries, M.D., explains that you’re actually more likely to be a carrier if you’re vaccinated.  And, a study shows that DTaP is not preventing transmission and infection.  That’s the real reason why we’re seeing outbreaks of disease right now — that, and vaccine failure (see point 1).

3. Titres mean that you’re immune to the disease

Not exactly.  Titres prove exposure to a disease, and are a side effect of the immune system doing its job to rid the body of a threat.  But, they wane after natural infection, over time.  They wane after vaccination, too, but usually start lower and wane faster.  It’s generally assumed that there are other signs that correlate with protection and that some of these correlations aren’t even understood (but must exist because the immune system is redundant — that is, it has many parts that do the same thing, in case one fails).  This article explains it.

4. Safe treatments for these diseases don’t exist.

No.

While our medical knowledge 50 or 60 years ago was clearly more limited, we have made great advances now.  We’re now able to treat many illnesses with simple, non-invasive means.   Vitamin A supplementation is used to prevent complications of measles.   Mullein is an herb that’s excellent at treating pertussis (along with vitamin C) and other illnesses.  We know so much more now.  And alternative medicine often has an answer!

Plus, if you’re concerned about polio, read up on that.

5. The formaldehyde, aluminum, etc. in the vaccines is similar to amounts found in food, etc. and is not a concern

Wrong!

Well — technically, the amounts are similar, or the amounts in foods are even greater.  But, ingested aluminum (etc.) is not the same as injected!  One study shows that aluminum adjuvants in vaccines are correlated strongly with the development of autism.  This study links autoimmune disorders to aluminum adjuvants in vaccines (and cautions against the ever-increasing vaccine schedule).  This study suggests that the relationship between aluminum adjuvants in vaccines and autism is probably causal (ie. vaccines cause autism).

Bottom line, aluminum is a major concern when it’s injected via vaccines, and is associated strongly with serious and permanent damage.

6. The antigens in vaccines are low and children run across more in daily life

Yes — but.

The antigens in vaccines have been reduced because older versions of vaccines were causing significant reactions.  Vaccines bypass the normal immune system defenses — the mucus membranes (stomach, nose, throat) and are injected, which is why large amounts of antigens caused a serious reaction.  It’s worth noting that the antigens children run across in daily life do not bypass those initial immune defenses.

They replaced the higher levels of antigens with the adjuvants to stimulate a reaction without so many antigens.  But as we saw in the point above, those are quite dangerous.

The actual number of antigens found in vaccines has never been a primary concern of those who question vaccine safety.  Alluding to this is a red herring.

7. Vaccine reactions are incredibly rare/almost never happen

Unfortunately, this might be the biggest lie of all.

Thousands of children have been injured and even killed by vaccines.  I personally know dozens of mothers who have vaccine-injured children, and some who, themselves, were injured.  It’s not nearly as rare as we’re led to believe.

We do not have solid data, however, because vaccine advocates dismiss almost all reactions as “coincidence.”  When a child gets a round of shots and develops a high fever hours later, the mother is usually told that “s/he must have been exposed to something a few days ago; some children will just get sick after shots but the shots do not cause it.”  This is a lie.

If we studied vaccines more closely and took reports of reactions more seriously, we’d have a better idea of the true rate of reactions.  Currently, we don’t know, but based on the number of people unofficially reporting damage, it’s significant.  And, although this sounds sort of “conspiracy theorist,” the government has a good reason not to do these studies and to keep denying that these reactions occur.

8. Vaccine companies are liable if reactions do occur

This may surprise you, but no.  They are not.

In 1986, Congress signed an act that removed vaccine manufacturers’ liability for any vaccine injuries.  There were so many lawsuits that the companies threatened to stop making vaccines.  So, Congress gave them legal immunity.

If you are injured by a vaccine, first you must report it.  Then, there is a special court system set up.  Most cases are dismissed — the vast majority.  The few that make it through the entire (long, expensive) process will get a payout from the government.  There is a tax on every vaccine dose to pay for this system.

There is a way to sue vaccine manufacturers after this process, but it’s incredibly difficult and basically no one does it.  For all intents and purposes, manufacturers are not liable for their products.  This means they have no incentive to make them safer.  They have even less incentive now that some states are forcing all kids to be fully vaccinated to receive an education!  They know people will use them!

9. The dose of the vaccine varies depending on age, weight, etc.

Again — no.

Vaccines are typically one dose.  Occasionally there are two dose options, for certain shots (like high-dose vs. regular flu shot), but generally there is one.  That means that the same amount of antigens, aluminum, etc. are going into a 10-lb. baby and a 200-lb. man.  Babies and young children, whose bodies do not metabolize drugs like adults’ bodies do, are treated exactly the same when it comes to vaccination.

10. Vaccine mandates are rational policy.

Not even a little bit.

With the mounting evidence of potential harm from vaccines, the wisest course of action would be to develop new methods to screen children for anything that would increase their risk of harm (auto-immunity in the family, certain genetic mutations, etc.).  Also, to delay vaccination, to spread them out, to carefully document any reactions to particular vaccines in each child, to do an individual risk-benefit analysis and decide which one(s) are worth getting for a particular child and which ones are not.  It would be wise to practice individualized medicine, as well as to give fewer vaccines overall — reserving the practice for the truly important ones.

Instead, certain medical professionals and lawmakers are racing to develop more and more and more vaccines, get them all in early and at once, and mandate the whole thing.  This just makes no sense at all.  There are vaccines in development now for autism, social anxiety, ear infections, and just about everything you can think of.  It seems to me that vaccines ought to be reserved for truly serious illnesses, where we don’t have less-invasive treatments available.

11. The diseases we vaccinate for are incredibly dangerous

Thankfully, no.

Most of these diseases were normal childhood illnesses and were a very uncomfortable week or two, but were not dangerous for healthy children.  Read more about measles, a risk-benefit analysis,  and pertussis.  It’s not to say that there aren’t a small number of children who were seriously ill or died in the past, but medical knowledge has advanced quite a bit since that time, and we still haven’t answered the question which is truly safer for our children long-term, the vaccines or the illnesses.  That’s important.

12. There is a clear scientific consensus on vaccines, and doctors recommend them because they fully believe in them.

As we can tell from all the information above — which is not shared in the mainstream, but which many doctors and researchers believe and share through alternative means — there is not.

Moms and dads, this is not an easy decision.  There is not a clear answer.  There is vast disagreement in the scientific community.  In fact, many doctors recommend getting vaccines because they are required to do so by their professional organizations.  They may or may not make the same choices personally, or believe it is best, but they could lose their licenses to practice if they spoke out against vaccines.  Even so I have met many doctors who question vaccines (or some vaccines), or outright reject them.  The answer you get face-to-face is very different than a public answer.

Unfortunately, there are many more vaccine lies than this, but I tried to focus on the ones that are less commonly discussed.  Many people simply argue vaccines and autism, herd immunity, and not much else.  I have no interest in getting into a fight with anyone over issues that can’t be informed by science.

And by the way, for those who will argue with this post, if you are going to state that the science I relied on is wrong, you need to be prepared with your own peer-reviewed information.  Newspaper articles do not count.  Saying it exists and not sharing it does not count.  Saying that your science is right and my science is wrong will be ignored (and not published).  Acknowledge it’s a complex issue and we’ll discuss it rationally.

And please, please, please do not refuse to click on the many links I shared, say that I have no evidence, and that the science is clear, vaccines are safe and effective, and all medical professionals agree.  That’s demonstrably false and I’ll delete it.  I’m not going to waste my time or yours on that.

If this information was new to you and you have questions, please ask!

Psst!  My brand-new book, Natural Remedies for Kids,” came out in August, 2015! Order your book here.

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  1. Just for full disclosure, I’m totally in favor of vaccination. My children are fully vaccinated. My husband and I are up to date on our boosters. I had the recommended vaccines during my three pregnancies.

    This is a question I’ve been wanting to ask someone who is against vaccination. If everyone stopped vaccinating right now, what do you think would happen?

    I ask this question with all due respect. I’m sure you already know what I would say, so I won’t say anything else on the topic.

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    • Great question! My answer: probably not as much difference as you and other pro-vaxxers would expect. All communicable diseases were already on a sharp decline before vaccinations were introduced and things like scarlet fever, typhus, etc for which a vaccine was never developed declined at a similar rate as other diseases. I imagine life would return to a pre-vaccine (for the most part, as the CDC’s recommended schedule exploded in the early 1990’s), post-sanitation past where children got normal childhood illnesses, an overwhelming majority fought them off just fine, had strengthened immune systems, and adult exposures to infected children worked as a natural immunity booster. Infants breastfed by mothers who’d had illnesses as children would be protected by maternal antibodies and formula sales would decline further as it became apparent that it is not “just as good as breast milk!”

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      • Aside from those issues, I think it would depend a lot on nutritional levels and whether the other less-invasive treatments you mentioned were used. I agree, I doubt the sky would fall. I had mumps, measles, chicken pox and German measles. I had jumps and chicken pox at the same time, in fact. The photo of me looks miserable, but I survived and am grateful to have lifelong immunity to those diseases now. I think vaccines are mostly about convenience. I don’t think that’s a great trade-off.

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    • I honestly think life would go on as we know it, but we might actually see a decrease in chronic illnesses. We have lower childhood illness rates, but we now have astronomic rates of autism, diabetes, etc, that can be linked to so much more than too much TV.

      We have better medical care, we have better access to clean food, we have clean water, etc. I think people are still getting pertussis, but they aren’t getting diagnosed properly because they’re vaccinated. Kids regularly are getting measles and the mumps, immediately following the vaccination so it’s labelled as a common reaction instead of the full-blown illness.

      The diseases declined with better medical care and treatment, but the biggest group we can thank for the decline of disease in the developed world is the plumber.

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    • I think the rates of the traditional childhood diseases (measles, chicken pox) would increase because those vaccines seem to be effective. That doesn’t concern me though because they are usually mild diseases (I know they can be bad sometimes, but so can vaccine reactions).
      For most diseases, I think our rates are lower because of better sanitation, so wouldn’t expect much difference in rates without vaccines.
      Many vaccines hardly work at all. People seem to get the flu at least as much now as they did when I was a kid.

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    • I expect that autoimmune diseases would decline, children’s health would be more robust overall, ADHD, autism, asthma, ear infections, eczema and a lot of other problems children are plagued with these days, that kids 50 years ago never had to worry about would suddenly decrease tremendously.

      There would be NO MORE SIDS DEATHS, as probably at least 90% of SIDS deaths are caused by vaccines, specifically by the Hep B vaccine after birth, and the dtap vaccine (the pertussis part of it in particular). And yes, that has been proven many times over.

      No, diseases would not come back. They have never gone away. Nowadays, when there are outbreaks of measles, mumps, chicken pox and whooping cough, they are started by vaccinated kids, and mostly effect vaccinated kids. Unvaccinated kids aren’t giving diseases they don’t have to the vaccinated ones, as is so often claimed.

      The flu shots don’t protect from the flu or make it milder. It says right on the insert, that the shot hasn’t proven to cause less hospitalizations from the flu. In fact, the shots cause the very symptoms they’re supposed to prevent. I’ve heard personally from many people (including a couple of nurses) that when they finally gave in and got the flu shot one year, they were sick all winter, and refused to have it ever again.

      Google Dr. Blaylock, and watch his youtube videos. He is a retired neurosurgeon. He says that EVERY TIME you get any vaccine, it will cause brain damage. Many times they cause mini strokes. You will never know if your kids would be smarter, more coordinated, healthier, have better vision, be more gifted without the shots, because you started giving them vaccines before you could know them without shooting those poisons into them.

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  2. So all the doctors, medical schools, and researchers all over the world are wrong?

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    • The short answer is yes.

      The longer answer is that there is not a consensus. Many doctors and researchers do question vaccines a lot. Just do a search for any vaccine question and “pubmed” and you’ll find a whole bunch of studies from different perspectives. It’s not cut and dried, and there is not vast agreement. That is a myth — which I covered here!

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    • Yes, all doctors/medical professionals who promote vaccines are totally wrong. The true origins of vaccination have been buried for decades by those with financial interests. Doctors are not taught about vaccines in medical school. They are told “this is the schedule, stick to it”. Most doctors have no idea what the ingredients are or what their potential effects are. Why should I trust a doctor who has no idea about the treatment he/she is recommending? Just watch this 10 minute clip to find out how Dr Maurice Hilleman KNEW that the polio vaccine had cancer causing viruses in it and what did he do? Absolutely nothing. Except they went ahead and injected millions of people anyway. For anyone wanting to truly understand the dangers of vaccines, read “The Vaccine Safety Manual” and “Dissolving Illusions.

      Anyone who just injects or swallows anything without first understanding the risks has no right to tell me to do the same.

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    • In response to doctors being wrong, we only have to look at the whole food debate. For the last 30 years we have been told by researchers, medical schools and all the doctors that butter is BAAAD for us and causes heart disease, high cholesterol, etc. now, we see in the news that they have changed their minds and butter is not the bad guy and we can actually be healthier if we eat it. So yes. Doctors and scientists get it wrong all the time, I’m afraid. All any parent can do is why they feel is right with the information they have, but that is the key, having information.

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    • The medical schools are controlled by the pharmaceutical companies, who will ONLY teach how to suppress symptoms with their drugs, rather than curing anybody. They also basically only tell doctors that vaccines are good and necessary, and to give them. Most doctors have never even read the vaccine inserts.

      I’ve heard from quite a few people who have asked their doctor what the ingredients in vaccines are, and the doctor had no clue. In fact, when asked for the insert, they had to admit that they throw them out without ever reading them.

      Doctors simply trust the pharma reps who come and ‘educate’ them on which drugs to give for what. Did you know that the fat book in the doctor’s office, the Physicians Desk Reference, which they go to when they aren’t sure about a diagnosis, is put out by pharmaceutical companies? Isn’t that convenient? That is what they base their diagnosis and treatment on. A book put out by companies that will profit from the drugs prescribed.

      No wonder that MDs don’t have a clue on how to HEAL anybody. All they know is how to suppress symptoms.

      I was told I have COPD, it is incurable and will eventually lead to death, but in the meantime we can control it with dangerous drugs (and they’re expensive, especially if you have no insurance).

      Finally I went to a naturopathic doctor (I’ve tried several) who diagnosed me accurately with chronic Lyme disease. She also found that my lungs are FILLED with fungus and bacteria, and I am being treated for those problems. She is actually confident that I will be cured with her treatment.

      Since I’ve been seeing her (it has been two months), my lungs have improved a lot, and I have lost weight (apparently, the fungus prevented me from losing weight before). I used to wake up three to four times a night because of breathing problems, having to use my inhalers. Now I don’t wake during the night any more, and even though I still use a nebulizer twice a day, I use my inhalers once every four to six hours, instead of every 1 1/2 to two hours (which was a dangerous overdose).

      MDs have NO training in nutrition, they’re completely ignorant on the effect food has on us. They seriously claim that food has no effect on the brain. They also usually ‘diagnose’ people with Celiac disease first with IBS, because they get very little training in diagnosing Celiac disease. Why is that? Because changing your diet won’t make the pharmaceutical companies any money, while IBS drugs do.

      I am not saying MDs are purposely misdiagnosing and mistreating their patients. They’re acting out of ignorance, and they have been brainwashed in medical school. The only thing they’re actually good at is treating emergencies, that is where their value lies.

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    • Great thread! All bases covered! The only thing I’d like to add, is that you can request a Titer test to see how much natural immunity you or your child/ren might already have to certain diseases. In which case, this could potentially be an argument out of the aligned vaccine. Much immunity is passed along genetically, in the birth canal, and through breastmilk. Additionally, read up on MTHFR gene mutations and about how people who are carriers should NOT be vaccinating… or taking folic acid… upon other exposures. Drs, med schools, researchers with pharmaceutical induced pocket books are either wrong or lying, however, as mentioned, there are PLENTY of Drs, researchers, and legit studies who are not bought and are sharing their findings with those willing to find this work and LISTEN! Not to mention the ongoing vaccine controversy in MANY countries all over the world who are saying no to HPV/GARDASIL, not to MMR, and F U to Big Pharma, all of which will never be in the news here in the states where we’ll over 50% of advertising money paid to the networks is sponsored by Big Pharma.

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  3. Thank you for posting. Our daughter is not vaccinated and we are 100% informed in our decision (a no-
    brainer for us). SB277 makes my heart race 🙁

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  4. Great timing – just got an email this morning, probably as a response to a petition I signed. Same info: vaccines are great, everyone agrees they save lives, etc. What gets me every time is that while there is always a mention of ‘studies’, noone ever gives you any links!! The few that have been referred to in various articles are not exactly conclusive, of course sponsored by companies with vested interest, study only one vaccine, etc. Where are these 100’s, 1000’s of studies??? Why not show them? Just saying ‘The President supports vaccines’ or ‘Surgeon General supports vaccines’ does not hold much water with me. I would love to dig into a study that was unbiased, studied a multi-vaccine or a combo of single vaccines, etc. Haven’t seen one yet. The one about vaccine companies not being liable bothers me, too…

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  5. I was told by the nurse at the doctor’s office that the hep b shot was only water and killed virus and could have no side effects and was probably the safest one. Fast forward four years, as I learned more, not only did I learn the REAL ingredients of the hep b vaccine and learn of the many children who have died after it, I learned that my preemie had been given 4 doses instead of three. I had signed a refusal paper at the hospital. They gave it anyway. I caught this when I pulled his files. For me, it’s an issue of trust. If doctors can’t give out correct information for true informed consent and if they have to resort to vaccinating in secret and lying about it and risking over-vaccination, I have no trust in the system. If vaccines were so wonderful and without a negative side, there would be no need for all the lies and deceit. Doctors could just confidently share the ingredients. Instead, we don’t get to see the full package insert unless we fight the doctor to do so (and are often refused at that point). We are lied to about the ingredients. And to add insult to injury, we are told that we aren’t educated enough to look at the ingredients and make a decision for ourselves.

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    • Audra,

      Wow, they told you it was just water and killed virus? That’s terrible. They ought to know better, and/or not lie! Providing package inserts and answering parents’ questions prior to vaccination should be standard practice.

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  6. I can’t tell you how many doctors I have heard say, “Before I researched the ingredients in vaccines I thought it was just a little killed virus and saline. I was shocked to discover mercury, aluminum, etc. in the ingredient list.” Dr. Nancy Snyderman, former NBC chief medical correspondent even commented on the nightly news a couple of years ago that vaccines are “just a little medicine and saline water”. It makes you wonder. Is she really that uninformed (as many doctors have been) or does she think nothing of lying to the public?

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  7. This is one of the most fantastic, succinct Web articles I’ve come across yet that clearly, kindly and confidently communicates much of my personal and professional research and understanding concerning infectious diseases, natural physiology, immunity, and vaccination. I have a hard time, though, getting what I know across! This is more than an excellent primer (links included) for those who really do care about “the issue”.

    Keep up the great work…you are filling a much needed role right now, and you seem to enjoy it and have passion. Thank you.

    A little side note about “Polio”, and what may also play a part in its more symptomatic forms: I’ve read the first diagnosed and reported case occurred within the first year of the invention of the white flour mill in Europe. Additionally, an MD in a southern U.S. east coast state noticed that refined carbohydrates seemed to be involved, and made an announcement over the radio in the 1950s in his area for people to avoid sugary junk foods. Many people obeyed, and while ice cream companies lost out, incidence of severe Polio issues dropped dramatically!

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    • Sheena,

      Regarding the link between polio and refined carbohydrates, remember that correlation != causation. There is much known about the poliovirus and from what is known it doesn’t seem to be related to refined carbohydates. One maverick MD in the 50s and a couple of random factoids whose relevance are questionable does not change that.

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      • Ben,

        Thank you for saying that correlation does not equal causation! There are many random things that are correlated but are not causally linked. For instance, did you know that amount of chocolate eaten per capita is correlated with the number of Nobel prize winners a country has? Correlation is irrelevant without causal knowledge.

        Sheena,
        In 1953 (2 years before the polio vaccine was introduced) there were almost 60,000 cases of polio in the united states. After 1955, it dropped to basically zero by 1962 thanks to the polio vaccine. Although, reducing sugary foods may reduce severe polio, mild polio is not exactly great to have… I know I certainly wouldn’t want it, and I am glad that my parents were vaccinated. Another concern with polio, is there is something called post-polio syndrome, which is a cluster of disabling signs and symptoms that can affect people long after they have had polio (average of 35 years) and can include depression, cognitive problems, breathing and swallowing problems, progressive muscle weakness and pain as well as muscle atrophy.

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  8. I am not anti-vaccine but I am very pro-educating and advocating for yourself. I also am very anti-disrespecting patients and their families. I worked in healthcare for 10+ years and saw physicians and nurses talk so nasty about patients that questioned their orders behind their backs. I have many friends who are nurses and doctors and highly respect them but I was shocked to hear them speak about people who didn’t just bow to their demands and, instead, opted to ask questions and make their own decisions. I appreciate this article because while I am not against vaccinating, I do thing it is naive to think they are perfectly safe. 🙂

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  9. Vaccine injury is far more widespread that your (excellent) post indicates. The explosion in autoimmune conditions in the US is likely due to the overloaded vaccine schedule. Aluminum is highly neurotoxic and immunotoxic and is one of the last things that should be injected into any human — with strong competition from Thimerosal (ethylmercury).

    Wiley just published a textbook “Vaccines and Autoimmunity” that describes in depth how the nanoparticles of aluminum in vaccines can cause autoimmune diseases. You can read via Google Books the beginning of the chapter on aluminum, written by the author of the study you included in the post:

    http://tinyurl.com/VaccinesAndAutoimmunity

    Here is the textbook itself:
    http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1118663438,subjectCd-MD17.html

    The bottom line is that aluminum is not fully excreted by the body (that’s precisely why it is used by vaccine manufacturers) and is certainly not excreted when it is injected into infants with not-yet-developed kidneys. Gherardi and his team found aluminum in their patients from vaccines decades after the injection. The aluminum is engulfed by macrophages that then distribute it around the body including to the brain. The effects may take years or decades to show up (so we have a ton of neurologic problems heading our way with the current generation). This website does an excellent job describing how this mechanism works:

    http://vaccinepapers.org/al-adjuvant-nanoparticles-can-travel-brain

    The toxicity of aluminum has been known for over one hundred years. Here is Albert Prescott, professor of organic chemistry at the University of Michigan, giving testimony to the U.S. Senate at the turn of the twentieth century, regarding potential food legislation:

    “Alum and other aluminum salts are inherently injurious, actually poisonous to the system, so far as they gain admission to the circulation of the blood. Exact researches upon the effect of aluminum salts when they are introduced into the blood show that they cause degeneration of nervous and other tissues, acting slowly and insidiously in their course.” (5)

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  10. Oh my gosh! I am in total shock. I have 3 kids, 13, 6, & 1 & have always had my kids vaccinated because the docs make you feel like you have no choice & my kids have had reactions to the vaccines as well. I’m just now learning about all the terrible ingredients in these vaccines & it makes me feel like the worst mother for allowing the doctors to poison my children. I am on a research rampage & refuse to let these ingredients be put into my childrens blood streams anymore. Thank you for opening my eyes & saving my childrens lives!

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