There are many medical procedures where the cure is worse than the dis-ease. There are also many where the risks far outweigh the benefits. This can be especially true, when it comes to infants.
Hepatitis B vaccination has been recommended by federal health officials since 1991 for all infants and children.
There are now hepatitis B vaccine mandates for children to attend daycare or school in 47 states, despite strong evidence that the health risks of doing this outweighs the benefit for your child.
Three hepatitis B shots are part of the standard government-recommended childhood vaccination schedule, with the first dose given at 12 hours of age in the newborn nursery of most hospitals.
But hepatitis B is a primarily blood-transmitted disease associated with risky lifestyle choices such as unprotected sex with multiple partners and intravenous drug use involving sharing needles—it is NOT primarily a “children’s disease.”
… [About the risks]
You can find many of these tragic cases presented in peer reviewed medical journals over the past twenty years. (For scientific references, go to this page.)
The array of serious health problems people have reported experiencing after hep B vaccinations is quite shocking:
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Guillain Barre syndrome
- Bell’s Palsy
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia purpura
- Convulsions, and brain disorders such as encephalitis (brain swelling) and brain demyelination
- Immune dysfunction
- Visual and hearing impairments, including optic neuritis
read the whole article @ Mercola.com
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