The CDC wants every infant vaccinated 3 times against hepatitis B starting with a shot the day of birth, but new research indicates that it is not even effective at preventing infection in the most susceptible populations: the infants of mothers infected with Hep B.
An eye-opening new study challenges the World Health Organization's claim that hepatitis B vaccine is "95% effective" at preventing post-exposure transmission of hepatitis B virus from an infected mother to her infant. The new study found 42% of infants, after receiving 4 Hep B vaccines, were infected with 'occult' Hep B virus.
For those paying attention, there are serious concerns to our current vaccination schedule in America. In a previous post I gave 8 of those that I felt were important enough for me to not vaccinate my daughter. In this article we look at 8 more reasons. Do any of these resonate with you?
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