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Vaccination question - are vaccinations not tested for ill effects?

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posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 02:50 AM
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originally posted by: Clique777
If you are interested in vaccines and their effects on humans, you should simply go to Youtube, make a query like "Dr Russell Blaylock"+"vaccines", and then spend the day listening to what Dr Blaylock has to say about them.

He is the only person I've run across who has a comprehensive theory for vaccine-induced auto-immune diseases like autism spectrum disorder. And before you have your child vaccinated, do this.

Blaylock is the foremost authority on vaccines' effects on the human brain and immune systems. And if you watch only one of his videos you will never have your child vaccinated a gain. He is a retired, board-certified brain surgeon. He retired after 27 years and has devoted his work since then to research and speaking. He knows the brain. He knows vaccines. He knows what causes autism, and he knows how vaccines so negatively affect the human immune system, permanently, for life.

Also, Robert DeNiro and Robert Kennedy Jr are leading a war against vaccines. I know one of Kennedy's children ended up with autism following a vaccine.

I know someone whose child took a series of vaccines and shortly thereafter was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, which was not in his family. And this is a know result of vaccinations.

Anybody who takes a vaccine, other than possibly the rabies treatment, might want to have their head examined.


Wrong.
If you're interested in vaccines you should listen to an expert in the field rather than a retired neurosurgeon who funds his lifestyle by promoting anti-vax quackery and lies (and he believes that the government are actually spraying the population with chemtrails...) so you will buy his "Brain Repair Formula" or buy one of his books (for reference see the disclaimer at the foot of his supplement website).
He does this because unlike actually practicing medicine where you have to take responsibility for what you do and offer recourse, by selling conspiracies and poorly made supplements, this doesn't apply so it's the easy route.

He does this as he knows there are millions of gullible people in the world who think YouTube has all the answers...

Oh, would you like to buy some magic beans as they may save you from needing to get your head examined?
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posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 02:57 AM
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Double post, please remove.
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posted on Dec, 17 2017 @ 01:31 PM
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a reply to: JustAnotherSkeptic

Yes, they are tested... and you can easily see what happens "in the field."

The largest population of multiply-vaccinated people is the one I belong to: military brats (children). We moved every three years, and vaccinations were a regular feature of our existence (including those with mercury and other things.) Missionaries' children also fall into this category as do the children of diplomats.

If there was any truth to the scary claims, diplomats would have been the first (and the first with political power) to demand vaccinations stop. Ditto high ranking officers in the military (my dad was a Lt. Colonel, my brother rose to the rank of general.) In all the years I was growing up in the military, we never encountered anyone with autism, etc - and unlike my civilian counterparts, we never saw any cases of polio (I was in the group that received the Salk vaccine the first year it was available.)



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