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Each Vaccine and what they are for.

Should you get or give this vaccine to your child?

By waiting until between 2 and 3 years old, you can significantly reduce the amount of vaccines your child receives because they don’t need boosters (because their immune systems functions on its own, and more importantly the blood/brain barrier (BBB) will be developed. Teething produces histamines, which are a neurotransmitter that causes consistent BBB opening, giving vaccine neurotoxins direct access to baby’s brain. Most babies are done teething by the age of 3.
To learn more about the blood brain barrier.

 it is pointless to administer drugs intended to stimulate antibody production to babies who are too young to produce antibodies. Infants in their first year mostly depend on generalized, non-specific immunity, including (hopefully) immunoglobulins from breast milk, to protect their young bodies from infection. They do not produce antibodies of their own until about age one. Despite this basic fact, the medical establishment insists administering a total of 19 shots, containing 24 vaccines, to infants on the 2, 4 and 6 month pediatric visits(Source: Somehow, the basic facts of human physiology and development do not apply to vaccines.

Hep B - No baby needs this.
Hepatitis B is spread when blood, semen, or other body fluid infected with the Hepatitis B virus enters the body of a person who is not infected.
Hepatitis B is not a killer disease for most people.
Symptoms of Hepatitis B infection include nausea, vomiting, fatigue, low grade fever, pain and swelling in joints, headache and cough that may occur one to two weeks before the onset of jaundice (yellowing of the skin) and enlargement and tenderness of the liver, which can last for three to four weeks
People can become infected with the virus during activities such as:
•Birth (spread from an infected mother to her baby during birth)
•Sex with an infected partner
•Sharing needles, syringes, or other drug-injection equipment
•Sharing items such as razors or toothbrushes with an infected person
•Direct contact with the blood or open sores of an infected person
•Exposure to blood from needles or other sharp instruments
Hepatitis B vaccination-induced protective antibodies can last for up to 15 years, but appears to fall off over time when they are more likely to be at risk. In one study, in just 5 years, efficacy of the vaccine fell to 67%.
Duration of Immunity - at least 20 years- So all the years your kid will probably not need to be protected from this it will have an immunity for it.
CDC states booster doses not routinely recommended. So once you get to the age of doing drugs and sex they don't think you need to worry about getting a vaccine for it even though the vaccine has worn off.
-"These findings are consistent with the hypothesis that immunization with the recombinant hepatitis B vaccine is associated with an increased risk of MS, and challenge the idea that the relation between hepatitis B vaccination and risk of MS is well understood."
Babies and young children should not be vaccinated against a sexually transmitted disease at birth, with a vaccine that contains up to 125 times the “safe” limit of aluminum (according to the EPA regulations),
-"Hepatitis B vaccine might be followed by various rheumatic conditions and might trigger the onset of underlying inflammatory or autoimmune rheumatic diseases. "
No, there is no medicine that can cure hepatitis. But in most cases, hepatitis B goes away by itself within 4 to 8 weeks. More than 9 out of 10 adults with HBV recover completely. - See more at:

Out of 130 different types of HPV, vaccine is for 4 types. The 3 series shot given to 12 year old girls to prevent HPV (an STD) which “MIGHT” but has never been confirmed, contribute to cervical cancer.
The manufacturer is only claiming 5 years of efficacy. The problem with this is 2 fold. 1. The average age of cervical cancer is 50. 2. The shot is administered to 12 year old girls.
So we have a system pushing multiple shots (boosters) with a supposed 5 year efficacy timeline onto pre-teen girls, that was never tested on them, for a disease that has an average age of 50. You give it a 12 year old and by the time she’s 17 the effects are worn off and then you claim you can prevent cervical cancer as they get older.
Your daughter could be one less?
If your daughter receives an HPV vaccine at the recommended age of 11, protection will have waned by age 16.The data collected from the above agency confirms approximately 0.0% deaths from cervical cancer under age 20. What is "one less" then 0%?
According to published data (2010 Discovery Medicine Journal), HPV vaccine efficacy must last at least 15 years to contribute to the prevention of cervical cancers. At the current time, protection against is at best 5-8 years
HPV infection is common, occuring in 1 out of 5 women. 90% of HPV cases will resolve within 1-3 year without any intervention, less than 8% of HPV cases will screen positive for cervical dysplasia
-"We documented here the evidence of the potential of the HPV vaccine to trigger a life-disabling autoimmune condition. The increasing number of similar reports of post HPV vaccine-linked autoimmunity and the uncertainty of long-term clinical benefits of HPV vaccination are a matter of public health that warrants further rigorous inquiry."
Is it Worth the Risk?
"Your daughter could be one more"
You may find yourself asking if it is even appropriate to risk any adverse effects to a preadolescent girl for a vaccine that is (1) only theoretically proven to prevent a disease that (2) she only has a 0.66% risk of developing over her lifetime – WHEN THE SAME CAN BE PREVENTED WITH REGULAR PAP SCREENING
Another point worth addressing regarding safety is the adverse events reported after vaccination to various governments worldwide.
Since 2006, nearly 65% of all deaths and life-threatening reactions reported to VAERS from Gardasil or Cervarix alone. A total of 30,020 reports have been received by US VAERS including 2,574 hospitalizations, 9,114 ER visits 93 deaths.
82% of cases resulting in permanent disability in females under 30 years of age was attributed to HPV vaccines. To date, there is no data confirming HPV vaccines preventing or treating any cervical cancers. The large majority of HPV infection (and a great proportion of Cervical dysplasia) clear spontaneously without medical intervention

Polio- Up to 95% of all polio infections are completely asymptomatic. Approximately 5% of polio infections consist of a minor, nonspecific illness consisting of an upper respiratory tract infection (sore throat and fever) and gastrointestinal disturbances (nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and diarrhea). This influenza-like illness, clinically indistinguishable from the myriad of other viral illnesses, is characterized by complete recovery in less than a week with resultant life time immunity. Less than 1% of all polio infections result in paralysis. Most importantly, the vast majority of individuals who contract paralytic poliomyelitis recover with complete—or near complete—return of muscle function. Any weakness that is still present 12 months after onset of paralysis is usually considered permanent.“
Polio was already massively decreasing prior to any vaccine ever introduced. 
 I would also like to add that the highest incidence came at a time our country was in despair (poor sanitation, hygiene, nutrition) during the depression.
Polio was already on the way out prior to any introduction of vaccines.
It was a time where sanitation was poor, hygiene was poor, and nutrition was poor. These are the reasons that third world countries have problems with communicable diseases, not lack of vaccines. As the Great Depression was clearing up, people were living cleaner and healthier and there was also the introduction of a drug class called antibiotics that was given for any sniffle, cough, or fever.
The last natural case of polio in the US was 1979, yet we still give kids 4 rounds of this vaccine at 2, 4, 6-12 months, and 4-6 years. But the fear tactics continue of, “it can come back or you don’t know about the destruction it caused.” I’m not being ignorant to history. I’m being reasonable about the present.
What about Typhoid and Scarlet Fever? They had just as much devastation and with no vaccine, they are not a problem. Nature took its course and with the advent of better sanitation, hygiene, and nutrition, they wiped themselves out.

The polio vaccine of the 1950’s and 60’s was contaminated by the SV40 virus which is now confirmed to have caused cancer in many people who had received the vaccine. New viruses are being discovered all the time, so it’s a matter of Russian roulette on when such a virus will sneak into another vaccine ( Both the Small Pox and the Oral Polio Vaccine are made from monkey serum. This serum has helped many monkey viruses to enter the human blood stream. Out of these the only researched virus, SV 40, has been found to be cancerous. As per recent revelations these viruses continue to be in the vaccines. The presence of SV 40 in various human cancers has been demonstrated. Today it is known that the virus is being passed on to future generations as its presence in the mother’s milk and human sperms has been established.
CDC reported that 87% of the cases of polio in the us between 1973-1983 were caused by the vaccine. Jonas Salk, inventor of polio vax testified before a Senate subcommittee that nearly all polio outbreaks since 1961 were caused by the oral polio vacccine.
6 states reported increase in polio one year after the vaccine was introduced, ranging from more than doubling in Vermont to Massachusetts' astounding increase of 642%. Utah actually halted vaccination due to the increased incidence and death rate.

 But even vaccinating 100% of the population wouldn’t be enough, say scientists at the Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group, because the measles vaccine is a dud with some people, offering no protection at all, and its effectiveness wanes with others, even if they get boosters. According to Tetyana Obukhanych of Stanford University’s School of Medicine, the measles vaccine works as planned with only 25% of the population, leaving the majority of adults who have been vaccinated as children with little or no protection. Up to half of today’s cases involve adults.  So we have measles, which is associated with a red, itchy, rash, a runny nose, and a cough, lasting up to 2 weeks, that gives lifetime immunity, protection against more serious diseases as adults, and allows a mother to pass these antibodies to her baby for protection during their first year of life.  Severe measles is more likely among poorly nourished young children, especially those with insufficient vitamin A, or whose immune systems have been weakened by HIV/AIDS or other diseases.  Potentially fatal? Technically true, but herein lies the lie. It's been publicized as "the deadliest of all childhood fever/rash illness with a high rate of complications." Deadly? Not in the U.S., or any other developed country with a well-nourished population. The risk of fatality here isn't zero, but it's as close to zero as you can get without actually being zero. It's 1 in many thousands. Will someone pass away in the U.S. from measles one of these years? Tragically yes. That will likely happen to one person. It hasn't happened here in at least ten years (or more - I don't even know how many years we have to go back to find one). When that happens, it will be extremely tragic.
But measles can cause blindness…so can the MMR vaccine. 
But measles can cause encephalitis…so can the MMR vaccine 
But measles can cause pneumonia…so can the MMR vaccine.
But if I don’t get vaccinated, I could get measles…If you do get vaccinated you can get measles, both from the vaccine, and later in life when immunity has disappeared. 

The symptoms that warrant 4 shots of this vaccine before the age of 15 months are: sore throat with a low grade fever with an adherent membrane at the back of the throat. The weird thing is that in order for the toxins to be released, a specific strain of bacteria has to be infected with a specific virus called a B phage. In other words, a certain bacteria has to make out with a certain virus. In any case, it's nothing a simple antibiotic can't clear up, no need for a vaccine. If doctors suspect diphtheria, the infected child or adult receives an antitoxin. The antitoxin, injected into a vein or muscle, neutralizes the diphtheria toxin already circulating in the body.

In 2013, the FDA discovered that while the whooping cough vaccine may reduce symptoms in those who are vaccinated, the pertussis vaccine does not prevent infection and transmission of the disease.

In fact, you can get a series of pertussis shots and still become an asymptomatic carrier who is contagious and can spread the disease to others without even knowing it. That study effectively shattered the long-held illusion of vaccine-induced herd immunity.

In an animal study, while acellular-pertussis-vaccinated baby baboons did not develop serious clinical disease symptoms — such as loss of appetite and cough — when they were exposed to the B. pertussis bacteria, they still colonized B. pertussis in their throats and were capable of transmitting the infection to other baboons.

In that same study, the baby baboons that received whole cell DPT vaccine also were able to transmit pertussis infection to other baboons without showing typical pertussis symptoms, but were infectious for a shorter period of time that those which had received acellular pertussis vaccine.

The study's lead author Tod Merkel also explained that when exposed to B. pertussis after recently getting vaccinated, you could be an asymptomatic carrier and infect others, saying: "When you're newly vaccinated, you are an asymptomatic carrier, which is good for you, but not for the population."

The Tdap shot is also recommended for pregnant women, even though there is a lack of credible scientific evidence to demonstrate safety and effectiveness.

 But is the shot safe? According the research of the last 50 years, the vaccine is safe. But what test showed it was safe?
It's called the Mouse Weight Gain Test. "Researchers" would vaccinate mice at their stomachs. If the mice continue to gain weight and don't die right away, it's considered safe. I wish I could make this stuff up.
And if you haven't heard, adults should the shot because it will protect the young. In 2012, Australia stopped this adult vaccine program all together because there was no proof that it was protecting the young.
-Adults getting the shot to make sure babies don't get it?
PARENTS across Australia will no longer receive free whooping cough vaccinations because it is not effective in protecting newborns from the potentially deadly illness, a parliamentary committee has heard.
An acellular whooping cough vaccine actually enhances the colonization of Bordetella parapertussis in mice; pointing towards a rise in B. parapertussis incidence resulting from acellular vaccination, which may have contributed to the observed increase in whooping cough over the last decade. Pertussis is generally treated with Vitamin C

The odds of getting tetanus in the U.S. in 1947 when the vaccine was introduced were 1/300,000.  That is not deaths.  Just incidence
One thing I would like to point out is the ridiculousness of giving a tetanus shot AFTER you have a puncture wound. Why get a puncture wound that definitely contains tetanus after a puncture wound that might not contain tetanus? It's sketchy enough to say you're immune from tetanus from the regular vaccine schedule but to say there are curative powers by getting the vaccine AFTER the puncture wound is pretty ballsy, yet many line up to get injected after they think they might have tetanus.
Wounds that bleed will never result in tetanus because the tetanus bacillus is anaerobic.
Many of the reported cases of tetanus were in "fully vaccinated" people.
The document discusses 124 cases of tetanus reported between 1995 and 1997. Here is what was reported:
Nearly twenty -- five percent (24.8%) of those who contracted acute tetanus had at least one dose of the vaccine and more than twelve percent (12.4%) of the patients were fully vaccinated, with three or more doses of tetanus. Of the 66 (53.7%) people who had an "unknown vaccination status," it could reasonably be assumed that a portion of those had had one or more tetanus shots at some point in their lives. Therefore, statement made by the CDC that "the disease continues to occur almost exclusively among persons who are unvaccinated, inadequately vaccinated or whose vaccination histories are unknown or uncertain" is simply not true.
Antibiotic regimens are available for the treatment of both tetanus and diphtheria infections. Until the last few years, government statistics admitted that 40 percent of the child population of the U.S. was not immunized. For all those decades, where were the tetanus cases from all those rusty nails?

Rotovirus is responsible for diarrhea. It's estimated that 55,000 children are hospitalized each year in the US. There's an estimated 527,000 deaths worldwide due to rotovirus.
How many die in the US? The only stat I could find was from 1996 Journal of Infectious Disease where less than 40 kids died of rotovirus. Again, any death from anything for a child is devastating. But let's compare rotovirus to lighting strike deaths. Lighting strikes kill about 60 people each year. You have a greater chance of dying from lightning than you do rotovirus.
Not to mention the rotovirus shots are administered at ages 2, 4, and 6 months, a time where a baby cannot develop antibodies against the antigen.
All those worldwide deaths? Those are coming from the same reasons we had a polio epidemic, poor sanitation, poor hygiene, poor nutrition.

In 2004, there were 350 deaths due to mumps. 312 were from Egypt. 2 were from the US, leaving you with a 0.00000065% chance of dying from mumps.
Mumps never posed a threat to the health and vitality of the American public. In regards to the incidence of mumps, even the CDC states, "before vaccination, mumps was a common illness in children, infants, and adults." Why create a vaccine? There's big money in vaccines. The vaccine industry has 4,000,000 potential new clients every year that will be repeat buyers until the age of 18.

From 1990-1994, there was about 100 deaths each year due to chicken pox split between kids and adults. Your chance of death by chicken pox is 0.000032%Between March 1995 and July 1998, the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) received 6,574 reports of health problems after chickenpox vaccination. Four percent of reported adverse events (about 1 in 33,000 doses) involved serious health problems such as shock, encephalitis (brain inflammation), and thrombocytopenia (a blood disorder), and 14 of the 6,574 chickenpox vaccine adverse event reports ended in death. That was just 3 yrs I don't know what that number is up to now. But I do know that the death rate of chicken pox (which I have had) is zero. While the CDC estimates the vaccine to be 86 percent effective in children, a 2001 CDC study showed that that effectiveness might actually be as low as 40 percent. But authorities at Maryland's Takoma Park Elementary School might quarrel even with that. There, reportedly, 12 of the 16 cases of a recent chickenpox outbreak involved children who had already been vaccinated.

Hepatitis A
Eat food that someone else pooped in that is infected with Hepatitis A. There are no statistical reports of deaths from Hep A, just a 0.0098% chance of contracting it. The solution is good sanitation and hygiene.

This series of 4 shots are given at 2, 4, 6, and 12-15 months. Again, if a baby cannot develop antibodies until after 6 months, what's the point of giving a child any shot this early? HiB is a common cause of bacterial meningitis. If it's bacterial than a simple antibiotic should do the trick. There's no need to add more shots that contain heavy metals into a child's ecosystem. ."Hib immunization contributed to an increased risk for H. influenzae type a meningitis through selection of circulating H. influenzae type a clones." " the incidence for H. influenzae type a meningitis increased 8-fold"

First; understand how it spreads. For example, you cannot catch Neisseria meningococcal simply by standing next to someone who has it. In order to catch it and spread it, you have to have an intimate exchange of saliva, such as kissing, or sharing toothbrushes or cups. You won't catch it from someone coughing in an elevator.
Meningococcal is only associated with about 1,400 to 3,000 cases [of meningitis] per year in the United States, out of 308 million Americans. There are five strains (serotypes): A, B, C, Y, and W135. A third to half of the cases of Neisseria meningococcal disease is caused by strain B. And that strain is NOT in the vaccine."
This disease in the last nine years killed an average of 16 children per year under age 12 months in this country.
Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), which includes only a small fraction of the health problems that occur after vaccination in the U.S., had recorded more than 2,300 serious health problems, hospitalizations and injuries following meningococcal shots, including 39 deaths with about 40% of the deaths occurring in children under age six.  
According to their package inserts, Menactra and Menveo produce "serious adverse events" in 1 percent of recipients. Menomune, with its hefty mercury load, sickens 1.3 percent of those receiving it. According to the CDC Pink Book, 0.3 percent of those with "serious adverse events" from meningitis vaccines will die. So here is the math calculation that thoughtful student governments in Colorado must consider: Example of the mandatory college enter meningitis vaccine law in Colorado.  If you inoculate Colorado's 400,000 college students with the older vaccines, you can expect 4,000 serious adverse events and 12 dead. We do not yet know the effects of widespread vaccination of the hastily-expedited B vaccines, but according to their package inserts, about 2 percent of students who receive the B vaccine will be sickened or hospitalized with a serious adverse event. This could translate into an additional 8,000 sick students and 24 deaths, for a total of 12,000 sick and 36 dead in the attempt to possibly avert three meningitis cases.


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