Vaccine adverse events and injuries: Is the risk one in a million? 👉🏻 The CDC states that 30,000 adverse events are reported to VAERS each year. 👉🏻 A report funded by the Department of Health & Human Services states that less than 1% of vaccine adverse events are ever reported to VAERS. This is 3 million or more adverse events that occur within 30 days following vaccination that *should* be reported to VAERS, each year. 👉🏻 287 million doses of vaccines are administered on average each year. 3 million adverse events out of 287 million doses, is a risk of adverse events near 1 in 100. 1 adverse event per 100 doses of vaccines administered. Not, one in a million. 👉🏻 Considering the fact that by the time they’re 18, children are given 72 doses of vaccines, assuming the vast majority of vaccines given in the US are given to kids under 18, that is a HIGH likelihood that your child will experience an adverse event (mild to severe), but most will have no idea that their child’s injury or reaction is vaccine-related. ——————— Sources: 30,000 reports to VAERS each year*: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/ensuringsafety/monitoring/vaers/index.html Report funded by the HHS stating less than 1% of all vaccine adverse events are reported to VAERS, due to lack of clinician awareness of adverse events being vaccine-related: https://healthit.ahrq.gov/sites/default/files/docs/publication/r18hs017045-lazarus-final-report-2011.pdf VICP payout and number of vaccine doses administered: https://www.hrsa.gov/sites/default/files/hrsa/vaccine-compensation/data/monthly-stats-february-2019.pdf ——————— *It is stated by the CDC that serious adverse events are more likely to be reported to VAERS, than mild ones. I’d like to address this claim. (1) Where’s the data? (2) Mild adverse events occurring at the injection site are widely accepted and well-known to be caused by vaccination, such as fever, crying, irritability, diarrhea, nausea, etc. are much more likely to be recognized as vaccine-related by medical professionals, parents, and patients, and therefore more likely to be reported to VAERS. (3) Aside from immediate events such as anaphylactic reactions, an unknown percentage of serious adverse events are not likely to be reported to VAERS. Serious adverse events which occur 1-3 weeks post-vaccination, 1-2 months later (e.g. thrombocytopenia, POTS), or other autoimmune disorders which develop several months or years post-vaccination, are much, much less likely to be recognized as vaccine-related and therefore less likely to be reported, due to the fact that these injuries are latent and do not immediately manifest in outward symptoms. Medical professionals and parents are largely unaware that there are a wide variety of serious adverse events which can and do occur weeks to months or even years post-vaccination. Practitioners are generally unaware that vaccination has been linked to the development of autoimmune disease. (4) CDC Vaccine Information Statements (VISs) given to patients and parents list only a small fraction of the potential moderate and severe adverse events which can occur post-vaccination. Doctors are not required to read vaccine package inserts or give them to parents or patients, which typically include long lists of adverse events reported to occur post-vaccination. Adverse events are required to be listed only if there is reason to believe they may be associated with vaccines. (5) The HHS-funded report that determined less than 1% of adverse events are reported to VAERS accounted for events that occurred 30 days or less post-vaccination. This excludes a significant portion of vaccine-related injuries which manifest after 30 days. 👉🏻 THEREFORE, it is more likely that latent, serious adverse events following vaccines which manifest weeks, months, or years later, are much less likely to be reported to VAERS than well-recognized mild events. —————— Sources: Description of VAERS project funded by HHS describing that they included only those events which occurred within 30 days of receipt of vaccines: https://healthit.ahrq.gov/ahrq-funded-projects/electronic-support-public-health-vaccine-adverse-event-reporting-system/annual-summary/2010 VICP vaccine injury table cites injuries which can occur 42 days post-vaccination (e.g. GBS from flu vaccines): https://www.hrsa.gov/sites/default/files/vaccinecompensation/vaccineinjurytable.pdf Thrombocytopenia can develop 2 months post-MMR vaccination, and vaccine virus replication does not occur until 1-2 weeks post-vaccination: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/pdf/rr/rr4512.pdf 14 year old develops POTS 2 months post-HPV vaccination: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4528866/ Case report of rheumatoid arthritis manifesting 7 months post-vaccination: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/art.10666 300 cases of autoimmunity following aluminum-containing vaccines, each case confirmed by experts: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/28741088/ Autoimmune disease can develop with long-term persistence of aluminum injected intramuscularly via vaccine, eventually causing systemic symptoms, which can take 3-96 months (8 years) to manifest. Median time to symptoms onset is 11 months post-vaccination: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/11522584/ Listing adverse events on vaccine package inserts (6. Adverse reactions): https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfCFR/CFRSearch.cfm?fr=201.57

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I vaccinated my child. I followed my doctor’s recommendations. Then my child began to develop health issues that could not be explained otherwise. As someone who was familiar with browsing and reading published scientific research on a regular basis, I began to investigate the vaccine issue. This is what I found. The National Institutes of Health funded two studies to determine if there are genetic traits which can increase the risk of adverse events from the smallpox vaccine. In the first study, they found three genetic mutations which were significantly linked to an increased risk, then ran a second study, which confirmed their findings. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2746083/pdf/nihms107979.pdf Unfortunately, there has been no further research on these mutations with regard to other vaccines and adverse events. And there’s a good reason for this. I’ll get to that in a bit. My son has one of the genetic mutations identified in the NIH studies (MTHFR). This particular mutation impairs folate synthesis and affects glutathione production. This can reduce the ability of the body to neutralize and defend against toxic exposures. There was *zero* indication that he had this mutation, and the indications that would have given us a clue (like lip and tongue ties), were not recognized as such by medical professionals. My son was considered a normal, healthy infant. I did not know he had this mutation until I discovered it’s connection to vaccines and found a pediatrician who would test for it. When it comes to this mutation, how rare is it? There are those who have the most severe form of the mutation, like my son, and there are those who have the less severe form, like myself. Then of course there‘s a portion of the population which has the normal, unaffected gene = no defect. A publication by the NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) claims that 10-15% of caucasians have the severe form of this gene defect. In Hispanics, prevalence is even higher. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK66131/ Another study which was conducted by the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (a division of the CDC) displays a chart of the prevalence, from around 3% to 32% depending on your ethnicity: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1735571/pdf/v040p00619.pdf The NCBDDD: https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/index.html This gene mutation is linked to the development of a number of health conditions, infertility, autism, and to an increased risk of adverse events from various pharmaceutical drugs. But you wouldn’t know you had it, unless you tested yourself. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/?term=MTHFR And of course, this is considering just one of the three genes which were discovered in connection to adverse events from the smallpox vaccine. Unfortunately, the CDC & HHS seek to achieve 95% vaccination rates in kindergartners by 2020 in order to achieve herd immunity (even though we know this is not attainable with vaccines). CDC: https://www.advisory.com/daily-briefing/2014/10/21/cdc-with-low-vaccine-rates-some-areas-risk-losing-herd-immunity HHS: https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topics-objectives/topic/immunization-and-infectious-diseases/objectives Herd Immunity: https://scholarsbank.uoregon.edu/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1794/18592/Holland.pdf ...Do you see the problem? If the CDC or NIH were to continue to investigate the issue of genetic susceptibility to vaccine adverse events, they would have to admit that 95% vaccination rates would harm or kill a significant number of children. This agenda is not about protecting the vulnerable among us. They have the data. They know what to look for. This is just one of many things that could be done in order to prevent children suffering severe harm from vaccines. They won’t do it.

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I have so many comments... I can’t address everything but here are some quotes from the article and my responses, below. Washington Post Article: https://wapo.st/2JJjZkG ——— 👉 “In years past, he said, parents were sheepish when they explained they wanted to delay or shun the shots. Now, they’re defiant.” “On top of that, providers are often being asked to give the EVIDENCE [my emphasis] for their recommendations to patients.” 😱 Questioning a medical professional?? Apostasy! 😵 Wait. Shouldn’t they have the evidence readily available and be happy to provide it if our concerns were so bogus? I guess we’re just supposed to blindly believe everything they say without valid evidence when they’re literally getting paid to push vaccines? More: https://www.facebook.com/224942814875858/posts/257578501612289 ——— 👉 “If patients are worried about vaccine ingredients, Marcus told the providers as they snacked on pizza and potato chips, explain that aluminum hydroxide, for example, is used to improve the immune response and make the vaccine more effective. [TRUE, and it’s effective, because it’s TOXIC!]” More on this, here: https://www.facebook.com/100000349373954/posts/2161262530562038 “Half of the aluminum in a vaccine clears the body within 15 minutes, [FALSE] and 99 percent is excreted within two days, she said. [FALSE]” ✋ Sigh. If a doctor says this to you, let them know that this information is deceptive and being taken out of context. The 15 minutes and 99% remarks are taken from the following study, which states that, "over half the amount of aluminium had disappeared from the blood after 15 minutes, and that less than 1% remained after two days". https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF00817919 Aluminum disappearing from the blood is NOT the same as being excreted from the body. The aluminum is still in the body, and settling into organs and tissues. Using this information in this way is deliberately deceiving parents and patients. Also let your doctor know that one study found that most of the injected aluminum remains in the body 28 days later and ends up being deposited in all your vital organs, including the brain. From Flarend et al. (1997): https://vaccinepapers.org/wp-content/uploads/In-vivo-absorption-of-aluminium-containing-vaccine-adjuvants-using-26Al2.pdf “The cumulative amount of aluminium eliminated in the urine during the 28 days of the study was 6% of the [aluminum hydroxide] adjuvant dose and 22% of the AP adjuvant dose. Aluminium from both adjuvants was still being excreted at a steady rate at day 28.” In other words, 94% of the aluminum hydroxide and 78% of the aluminum phosphate injected into test subjects remained in the body, after 28 days. More analysis on this, here: http://vaccinepapers.org/debunking-aluminum-adjuvant-part-1/ ——— 👉 “Studies have found no correlation between infants who received aluminum-containing vaccines and cognitive development, she said. [FALSE]” ✋ Again, this is another blatant lie. From the article, “Mechanisms of aluminum adjuvant toxicity and autoimmunity in pediatric populations”: “Indeed, a single Al-adjuvanted hepatitis B vaccine administered to newborn primates within 24 h of birth is sufficient to cause neurodevelopmental delays in acquisition of neonatal reflexes essential for survival.” https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/8c75/2d9e21d8cb47f628f22b61edb96b5ac4063e.pdf And: “Findings suggest that U.S. male neonates vaccinated with the [aluminum-adjuvanted] hepatitis B vaccine prior to 1999 (from vaccination record) had a threefold higher risk for parental report of autism diagnosis [aka neurodevelopmental disorder] compared to boys not vaccinated as neonates during that same time period.” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/21058170/ And: “We encountered two children with the first two cases of [macrophagic myofasciitis] in North America. A 5-year-old male with chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction required nighttime parenteral nutrition. Abnormal pupillary reflexes and urinary retention suggested a diffuse dysautonomia, which prompted a neurological diagnostic work-up. A 3-year-old child had developmental delay and hypotonia. Both children received age-appropriate immunizations… A single aluminum peak was demonstrated on energy dispersive X-ray microanalysis.” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11910509 More on macrophagic myofasciitis, below. Macrophagic myofaciitis a vaccine (alum) autoimmune-related disease: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20882368 Cognitive dysfunction associated with aluminum hydroxide-induced macrophagic myofasciitis: A reappraisal of neuropsychological profile: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29079320 ——— 👉 “Patients are constantly told vaccines are safe, but no one has ever shown them the studies,” she explained in an interview after the meeting. “Well, here they are, with references, outcomes, population sizes.” ✋ Hey! References, outcomes, population sizes... required information for any basic study! Great. But, what about studies on childhood vaccines which use true placebos (instead of using another vaccine or aluminum for the “control” group when comparing adverse event outcomes)? Oh... no? 😕 Hm, what about, long term studies or research evaluating carcinogenic potential? 🤔 Dang, not that either? Well, gosh there’s got to be at least one study on the current vaccine schedule proving safety when 8-10 vaccines are given to infants all at once, and repeatedly injected over the course of 18 years, totaling 70+ doses? ...No??! 🚫 Nope. And that’s why your doctor cannot produce any evidence of this. (But don’t ask, just trust them!!) ——— 👉 “...talking points from Marcus’s group can help doctors maintain a relationship with patients. The hope, he said, is to build on that ‘so in the future, they have the ability to vaccinate.’” ✋ In other words, since doctors themselves are not educated enough on vaccines to scientifically refute the valid concerns brought by most vaccine-hesitant parents, LYING to parents via using these helpful “talking points”, helps to manipulate parents enough to try to convince them to vaccinate later.

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I vaccinated my child. I followed my doctor’s recommendations. Then my child began to develop health issues that could not be explained otherwise. As someone who was familiar with browsing and reading published scientific research on a regular basis, I began to investigate the vaccine issue. This is what I found. The National Institutes of Health funded two studies to determine if there are genetic traits which can increase the risk of adverse events from the smallpox vaccine. In the first study, they found three genetic mutations which were significantly linked to an increased risk, then ran a second study, which confirmed their findings. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2746083/pdf/nihms107979.pdf Unfortunately, there has been no further research on these mutations with regard to other vaccines and adverse events. And there’s a good reason for this. I’ll get to that in a bit. My son has one of the genetic mutations identified in the NIH studies (MTHFR). This particular mutation impairs folate synthesis and affects glutathione production. This can reduce the ability of the body to neutralize and defend against toxic exposures. There was *zero* indication that he had this mutation, and the indications that would have given us a clue (like lip and tongue ties), were not recognized as such by medical professionals. My son was considered a normal, healthy infant. I did not know he had this mutation until I discovered it’s connection to vaccines and found a pediatrician who would test for it. When it comes to this mutation, how rare is it? There are those who have the most severe form of the mutation, like my son, and there are those who have the less severe form, like myself. Then of course there‘s a portion of the population which has the normal, unaffected gene = no defect. A publication by the NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) claims that 10-15% of caucasians have the severe form of this gene defect. In Hispanics, prevalence is even higher. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK66131/ Another study which was conducted by the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (a division of the CDC) displays a chart of the prevalence, from around 3% to 32% depending on your ethnicity: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1735571/pdf/v040p00619.pdf The NCBDDD: https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/index.html This gene mutation is linked to the development of a number of health conditions, infertility, autism, and to an increased risk of adverse events from various pharmaceutical drugs. But you wouldn’t know you had it, unless you tested yourself. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/?term=MTHFR And of course, this is considering just one of the three genes which were discovered in connection to adverse events from the smallpox vaccine. Unfortunately, the CDC & HHS seek to achieve 95% vaccination rates in kindergartners by 2020 in order to achieve herd immunity (even though we know this is not attainable with vaccines). CDC: https://www.advisory.com/daily-briefing/2014/10/21/cdc-with-low-vaccine-rates-some-areas-risk-losing-herd-immunity HHS: https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topics-objectives/topic/immunization-and-infectious-diseases/objectives Herd Immunity: https://scholarsbank.uoregon.edu/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1794/18592/Holland.pdf ...Do you see the problem? If the CDC or NIH were to continue to investigate the issue of genetic susceptibility to vaccine adverse events, they would have to admit that 95% vaccination rates would harm or kill a significant number of children. This agenda is not about protecting the vulnerable among us. They have the data. They know what to look for. This is just one of many things that could be done in order to prevent children suffering severe harm from vaccines. They won’t do it.

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I have so many comments... I can’t address everything but here are some quotes from the article and my responses, below. Washington Post Article: https://wapo.st/2JJjZkG ——— 👉 “In years past, he said, parents were sheepish when they explained they wanted to delay or shun the shots. Now, they’re defiant.” “On top of that, providers are often being asked to give the EVIDENCE [my emphasis] for their recommendations to patients.” 😱 Questioning a medical professional?? Apostasy! 😵 Wait. Shouldn’t they have the evidence readily available and be happy to provide it if our concerns were so bogus? I guess we’re just supposed to blindly believe everything they say without valid evidence when they’re literally getting paid to push vaccines? More: https://www.facebook.com/224942814875858/posts/257578501612289 ——— 👉 “If patients are worried about vaccine ingredients, Marcus told the providers as they snacked on pizza and potato chips, explain that aluminum hydroxide, for example, is used to improve the immune response and make the vaccine more effective. [TRUE, and it’s effective, because it’s TOXIC!]” More on this, here: https://www.facebook.com/100000349373954/posts/2161262530562038 “Half of the aluminum in a vaccine clears the body within 15 minutes, [FALSE] and 99 percent is excreted within two days, she said. [FALSE]” ✋ Sigh. If a doctor says this to you, let them know that this information is deceptive and being taken out of context. The 15 minutes and 99% remarks are taken from the following study, which states that, "over half the amount of aluminium had disappeared from the blood after 15 minutes, and that less than 1% remained after two days". https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF00817919 Aluminum disappearing from the blood is NOT the same as being excreted from the body. The aluminum is still in the body, and settling into organs and tissues. Using this information in this way is deliberately deceiving parents and patients. Also let your doctor know that one study found that most of the injected aluminum remains in the body 28 days later and ends up being deposited in all your vital organs, including the brain. From Flarend et al. (1997): https://vaccinepapers.org/wp-content/uploads/In-vivo-absorption-of-aluminium-containing-vaccine-adjuvants-using-26Al2.pdf “The cumulative amount of aluminium eliminated in the urine during the 28 days of the study was 6% of the [aluminum hydroxide] adjuvant dose and 22% of the AP adjuvant dose. Aluminium from both adjuvants was still being excreted at a steady rate at day 28.” In other words, 94% of the aluminum hydroxide and 78% of the aluminum phosphate injected into test subjects remained in the body, after 28 days. More analysis on this, here: http://vaccinepapers.org/debunking-aluminum-adjuvant-part-1/ ——— 👉 “Studies have found no correlation between infants who received aluminum-containing vaccines and cognitive development, she said. [FALSE]” ✋ Again, this is another blatant lie. From the article, “Mechanisms of aluminum adjuvant toxicity and autoimmunity in pediatric populations”: “Indeed, a single Al-adjuvanted hepatitis B vaccine administered to newborn primates within 24 h of birth is sufficient to cause neurodevelopmental delays in acquisition of neonatal reflexes essential for survival.” https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/8c75/2d9e21d8cb47f628f22b61edb96b5ac4063e.pdf And: “Findings suggest that U.S. male neonates vaccinated with the [aluminum-adjuvanted] hepatitis B vaccine prior to 1999 (from vaccination record) had a threefold higher risk for parental report of autism diagnosis [aka neurodevelopmental disorder] compared to boys not vaccinated as neonates during that same time period.” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/21058170/ And: “We encountered two children with the first two cases of [macrophagic myofasciitis] in North America. A 5-year-old male with chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction required nighttime parenteral nutrition. Abnormal pupillary reflexes and urinary retention suggested a diffuse dysautonomia, which prompted a neurological diagnostic work-up. A 3-year-old child had developmental delay and hypotonia. Both children received age-appropriate immunizations… A single aluminum peak was demonstrated on energy dispersive X-ray microanalysis.” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11910509 More on macrophagic myofasciitis, below. Macrophagic myofaciitis a vaccine (alum) autoimmune-related disease: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20882368 Cognitive dysfunction associated with aluminum hydroxide-induced macrophagic myofasciitis: A reappraisal of neuropsychological profile: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29079320 ——— 👉 “Patients are constantly told vaccines are safe, but no one has ever shown them the studies,” she explained in an interview after the meeting. “Well, here they are, with references, outcomes, population sizes.” ✋ Hey! References, outcomes, population sizes... required information for any basic study! Great. But, what about studies on childhood vaccines which use true placebos (instead of using another vaccine or aluminum for the “control” group when comparing adverse event outcomes)? Oh... no? 😕 Hm, what about, long term studies or research evaluating carcinogenic potential? 🤔 Dang, not that either? Well, gosh there’s got to be at least one study on the current vaccine schedule proving safety when 8-10 vaccines are given to infants all at once, and repeatedly injected over the course of 18 years, totaling 70+ doses? ...No??! 🚫 Nope. And that’s why your doctor cannot produce any evidence of this. (But don’t ask, just trust them!!) ——— 👉 “...talking points from Marcus’s group can help doctors maintain a relationship with patients. The hope, he said, is to build on that ‘so in the future, they have the ability to vaccinate.’” ✋ In other words, since doctors themselves are not educated enough on vaccines to scientifically refute the valid concerns brought by most vaccine-hesitant parents, LYING to parents via using these helpful “talking points”, helps to manipulate parents enough to try to convince them to vaccinate later.

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