Combining Multiple Childhood Vaccines Increases The Risk Of Infant Death

By On August 11, 2017

Everyone with a child has been through it. Parents are expected to take their brand new baby to “well baby” checkups at 2-, 4-, and 6- months of age where an array of toxic syringes will be lined up. The pediatrician will pressure uninformed parents into vaccinating their children while failing to disclose the numerous risks or documented deaths and injuries associated with these shots. The doctor will likely fail to mention that the CDC is a corrupt agency that should not be trusted due to blatant evidence tampering and the omission of unfavorable data. It’s doubtful that the doctor will inform parents of the vaccine injury compensation program in the event that their baby is harmed or even killed by vaccination. (This program has paid out $3.7 billion dollars of taxpayer money to the victims of vaccine injury/death.) The child’s doctor, the person that has been entrusted with the health of our precious babies, will definitely not disclose that combined multiple childhood vaccines have never once been tested for safety.

A compelling article in a well-respected medical journal should make parents everywhere take pause as to what is being to be done to children in the name of immunity from diseases which are largely inconsequential in the age of modern medicine and sanitation. The Journal’s article is especially frightening considering mandatory vaccine statutes, including California’s heinous S.B.277, are being signed into law. Parental rights are being eroded in a hostile pharmaceutical takeover, and it is a child’s education that will be denied unless parents comply with the CDC’s full vaccination schedule of 49 doses by the age of 6 and 72 by the age of 18.

The following press release blows the lid off just one of the deliberate vaccine lies perpetuated by the CDC, pediatricians, and the pharmaceutical industry. Please investigate before you vaccinate.

(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Multiple childhood vaccines are often given at one visit, but contrary to the claims of public health officials there is evidence that this practice is unsafe, writes medical research journalist Neil Z. Miller in an issue of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.

Miller used data in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), jointly operated by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which was established in 1990. This contains about 500,000 reports of adverse events that occurred in association with, but not necessarily caused by vaccines. Miller acknowledges that health authorities often suggest that VAERS may be unreliable, but points out that CDC considers VAERS an important vaccine safety assessment tool and regularly conducts its own studies using VAERS data.

“Although CDC recommends polio, hepatitis B, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, rotavirus, Haemophilus influenzae type B, and pneumococcal vaccines for two-, four-, and six-month-old infants, this combination of eight vaccines administered during a single physician visit was never tested for safety in clinical trials,” Miller writes. “This is at odds with a CDC report which found that mixed exposures to chemical substances and other stress factors, including prescribed pharmaceuticals, may produce ‘increased or unexpected deleterious health effects.’”

Miller looked at the percentage of reported reactions that involved hospitalization or death as related to the number of vaccine doses the infant had received and the age of the infant.

“Our study showed that infants who receive several vaccines concurrently…are significantly more likely to be hospitalized or die when compared with infants who receive fewer vaccines simultaneously,” he writes. “It also showed that reported adverse effects were more likely to lead to hospitalization or death in younger infants.”

In infants receiving five or more vaccines concurrently, 5.4% of reported reactions were fatal, compared with 3.6% in those receiving four or fewer, the study shows.

“Parents and physicians should consider health options associated with a lower risk of hospitalization or death,” Miller concludes.

Miller also authored the book Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies: 400 Important Scientific Papers Summarized for Parents and Researchers.

The Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons is published by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), a national organization representing physicians in all specialties since 1943.

Neil Z. Miller,
[email protected]


Jane M. Orient, M.D.,
(520) 323-3110,
[email protected]

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