Nov 24, 2010
Apparently drug companies are no longer satisfied with a tiered vaccine schedule, and would rather have babies receive their shots all at the same time in order to ensure full compliance. A recent announcement by the U.K. Department of Health insists that babies should receive a six-in-one “super-vaccination” when they turn age one, for the primary purpose of increasing vaccination rates.
Normally, U.K. babies receive their meningitis shots separate from other shots, with about a month of buffer time in between. But officials are now telling general practitioners (GPs) to give three measles, mumps, and rubella vaccines, as well as two meningitis vaccines and a pneumonia vaccine, all at the same time. And they claim that there is no health risk involved with babies getting this barrage of vaccines.
The government is trying to convince parents to go along with its recommendations by suggesting that the one-day vaccine schedule helps to “simplify” the number of doctor visits by reducing it to just one rather than six. And their official statement alleges that “independent scientific research has shown that [getting all the shots at once] is completely safe and effective,” even though no specifics were provided to back such claims.
Various other studies, however, have shown that not only are vaccines unsafe, especially when given all at once, but they are also largely ineffective. According to a 1987 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, 99 percent of victims in a 1986 outbreak of measles had been vaccinated, indicating that the vaccines were useless (http://www.naturalnews.com/022508.html). And again in the recent mumps outbreak in New York, nearly everyone who was affected with the illness had been vaccinated as well (http://www.naturalnews.com/028422_v…).
Though vaccine advocates continue to deny it, vaccines are filled with toxic chemicals like thimerosal (mercury), aluminum, formaldehyde, and various other chemical preservatives the destroy health and are linked to causing severe neurological and developmental problems.
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This article was posted: Wednesday, November 24, 2010 at 5:03 am