Vaccines are not tested in combination - Fox News





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Published on Oct 2, 2010

For years parents have been complaining that vaccines are given in combination with other vaccines, even five or six at a time, and that there is no safety testing to show what this does to children. Vaccines are tested one at a time, but the government claims recommends them in combination with out having any knowledge of what they do together?

A vaccine contains enough adjuvant (immune system stimulant) to produce an an adequate immune response from a typical person. What happens when we give five shots at once, all containing adjuvants? To someone who is predisposed to autoimmunity or already has an autoimmune reaction going on in their body?


One drug may be safe for you, but if you doctor put you on six drugs on the same day, would you not think he was insane?

Why do we allow this with vaccines, when we know they are not tested in combination.

The government vaccine program is truly an experiment on the public.

Thanks to Fox for finally reporting on this.


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