Just Saying… Hep B
Hep B is a dangerous vaccine. It makes no sense to give it to a baby, a newborn baby just hours old the first shot in a series of shots for Hep B. Soon to be moms are checked for Hep B through their pregnancies. If a mom tests positives there are other means to cure both Mom and baby. A Hep B shot to a baby 12 hrs after birth, it makes no sense. The effectiveness of this drug which has never been proven and yet the potential damage it can do is known. Continual injections of the Hep B is “suppose to offer some protection but does a newborn, a toddler, or a school age child actually need it? I don’t know about you but I have never seen a two year old hustling on the street corner for his next drug fix with a needle? Just saying..
Here are some quick facts about the Hep B vaccine from NVIC, please continue reading further with their link below and the links below that..
Hepatitis B (HBV) is a viral infection that infects the liver and requires direct contact with infected blood or other body fluids for transmission. Most acute hepatitis B infections do not persist but if the infection lasts 6 months or longer, it could lead to chronic liver disease, liver cancer and death.
Hepatitis B is not common in childhood in the U.S. and is not highly contagious in the same way that common childhood diseases like pertussis and chicken pox are contagious.
In the U.S., individuals at highest risk for hepatitis B infection are those, who engage in risky behaviors such as illegal IV drug abuse, prostitution, men who have sex with men, heterosexuals with multiple sexual partners and people who have received blood transfusions using infected blood. Healthcare workers, who are exposed to infected blood or body fluids of patients through contact with needles or medical devices used on patients, or when breaches in proper hygiene and/or infection control practices occur, are at high risk for becoming infected with hepatitis B. In 2010, there were 3,374 acute cases of hepatitis B reported in the U.S. [5,6,7,8]
Why did I write this? I just read an article that discussed the rise in MS with the push of Hep B vaccinations among babies, teens, and adults in France.
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