from farmwars.info: In the United States, the Hepatitis B (Hep B) vaccine is scheduled to be given to babies at birth. Since babies do not normally go out and indulge themselves in high risk behavior such as tattooing, body piercing, IV drug use, sharing needles with others, having sex with multiple partners, or engaging in any high risk activity other than being born in a hospital, and “the duration of protection after hepatitis B vaccination of infants is unknown,” why give them the shot?… And to receive the recommended 4 doses all within a 24 week period? That’s a whole lot of aluminum and formaldehyde for a baby from birth to 6 months old… The doctors have judged that your newborn’s risk of getting Heb B, which is negligible, is greater than the risk of any number of debilitating side effects that he/she might contract due to the vaccine. And just how does your doctor know if your baby is “allergic” to any of the toxic ingredients in that vaccine? I guess they just stick them and find out later. If your baby has a reaction to the aluminum and formaldehyde cocktail that your “health care provider” just jabbed him/her with, then that must be an abnormal allergic reaction, not a normal reaction to poison. After all, black is white, white is black, and a poison cocktail is good for you if you call it a vaccine… The world’s first genetically engineered vaccine against a human disease –Hepatitis B– (in 1981) is considered one of biotechnology’s greatest triumphs. “Because vaccination limited to high-risk individuals has failed to substantially lower the overall incidence of hepatitis B infection, both the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and the Committee on Infectious Diseases of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) have also endorsed universal infant immunization as part of a comprehensive strategy for the control of hepatitis B infection.” (Merck)
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