Aluminum is a neurotoxin in the Hepatitis B vaccine … and it’s far worse than mercury…(source)
A study published in Pediatrics, the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, admitted that: “Aluminum is now being implicated as interfering with a variety of cellular and metabolic processes in the nervous system and in other tissues.”
In 1982, the Hepatitis B vaccine came out for teens with high risk behavior (sharing needles and sex). But tragically, the strategy soon focused on universal childhood vaccination. By 1990, nearly 90% of all babies received hepatitis B vaccine before hospital discharge.
We Declined Hepatitis B Vaccine
With the help of our wise and wary pediatrician, we declined the Hepatitis B vaccine for our son and later our twins. At the time, as an RN, I had seen too many problems already with vaccines and was not in the mood to give them to our children. I am so thankful in hindsight!
I hope this informs and fortifies many parents or those who hope to be parents one day!
More on Aluminum…
Dr. Humphries pronounces Aluminum as a Brit does (as ‘alumin-ee-um’) and it sounds weird at first, but I share this valuable video for all you serious parents, anyway!
Should We Be Concerned About Vaccines Made in China?
The National Vaccine Information Center states:
“It was back in November 2011 that the Associated Press (AP) ran a story announcing the entry of China into the world vaccines market.
The news was picked up by major newspapers and published as articles with titles such as “China Prepares for Big Entry into Vaccine Market” and “Could Your Vaccines Soon Be ‘Made in China?” and “China to Enter World Vaccine Market Soon.
“The AP report cited the announcement by the World Health Organization (WHO) in March 2011 that China had met “international standards for vaccine regulation” as a milestone in the process to that country’s entry into the market.
“Most Americans do not understand that many pharmaceutical products, including vaccines, are not made in the United States and foreign pharmaceutical companies are not subject to U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) quality control regulations.
With no civil liability for vaccine injuries and deaths that occur in the U.S. for FDA licensed vaccines, Americans have a right to be concerned about vaccines made in China.”
“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.” ~William Wilberforce
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