posted on Jul, 6 2005 @ 03:20 AM
I worked in the vaccine industry for a number of years, having first hand experience with manufacturing vaccines for: Influenza, Pneumococcus,
Tetanus, Diptheria, Meningitis, MMR, and even Small Pox.
I do not have proof to show you, because I obviously no longer have access to that company, nor do could I post trade secret documents If I did. I
can tell you that Aventis Pasteur (now Sanofe Pasteur) tested Thimerisol extensively, for years, and found no evidence of increased risks of autism.
Further, they reacted to public backlash and began designing "preservative free" vaccinations. These vaccines are intended for children, and
contain NO THIMERISOL. Because they are the largest manufacturer of vaccines, it is very likely you will get a no-thimersol formulation for the most
I myself have had quite a few vaccines while working there. The reasons for your children having "illnesses" after having the vaccines is because
your body percieves a threat and attacks it. That's how a vaccine works, after all, it tricks your body into making a ton of anti-bodies for an
infection it does not have. This naturally brings about fever, a weapon your body uses against invasion, and severly taps your energy reserves.
The end result? You feel sick, but you don't die. Now you are ready to fight that battle. Imagine an invading army that makes a beach head, and
has a child every 24 hours that matures to fighting age right away. That is what you war against when you get sick. If you have a standing army of
millions waiting for the small beach head, then you are ahead of the game.
By not taking a vaccination, you are putting a loaded gun to your child's head, because that invasion will succeed. That's why we have this method
of immunization. Not only are you giving the child increased risks, but you are giving that microbe a second chance at killing some one else's
Now, some vaccines are rougher on the body than others, specifically older ones, like YF Vax, used by the millitary for Yellow Fever (Japanese
Ensephalitis, unsure of spelling). Meninge was rather painful, because of where it was shot, and that muscle was sore for a week.
Imagine an infant that has weeklong pain in the muscle, that's why they get antsy and upset. I saw this reaction with my own daughter when she was
Pneumo was also very unpleasant, it made me weak and feverish for three days, but in the end I was glad I wasn't in a hospital on a resperator
because I DIDN'T take it.
It further drains their reserves, and yes, it does make them more vunerable to disease while the body fights off the false invasion. There is a risk
of allergic reaction to the thimerisol, one of my Neices was permanently brain damaged by it. But quite frankly, that's a very, VERY, unlikely
scenario. (On the order of 1 in every 100,000 children may have an adverse reaction due to allergy, and not all of them will suffer any kind of
Long story short, sometimes very freak accidents happen with children eating grapes, or taking penacillin (sp?), or crossing the street. The same
vunerability of life can be found with vaccination.
However, be aware that the alternative is far, far worse.