The Vaccine Debate Mentor 912 Group, 6/5/13. Vaccine Debate. Purpose of presentation: To present evidence that further questions are warranted on the safety of vaccines. As free citizens you have the right to research, ask questions and expect answers.
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Some Vaccine Ingredients: How is it possible that vaccines will not be harmful to your health?
(1) Documents and emails describing potential conflicts of interest in any members of any committee that recommended a vaccine. (3) Documents and emails describing the safety and efficacy testing of the influenza vaccine. (4) Documents and emails describing long-term safety studies of children and adults who have received five or more annual doses of the influenza vaccine, including incidence of allergic manifestations (asthma, food allergies, and eczema) and autoimmune diseases (including rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, and multiple sclerosis) in vaccinated versus unvaccinated groups. (5) Documents and emails describing tests for possible viral or bacterial contaminants in vaccines.(6) Documents and emails describing safety testing for thimerosal in children and adults.(7) Documents and emails describing any testing of thimerosal and other vaccine components for potential adjuvant effects. (8) Documents and emails describing investigations of the potential for any components with adjuvant-like effect for inducing allergies to vaccine components or antigens to which recipient is coincidentally exposed (such as peanuts or pollen). (11) Documents and emails comparing the effectiveness of immunization of personnel versus other methods of protecting patients against acquiring influenza in-house: for example, ultraviolet lights to sanitize air, requiring visitors to use hand hygiene and/or wear masks, and more stringent housekeeping protocols as for disinfecting surfaces.
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