Dangers of Vaccines
Vaccination is a medical treatment which involves administration of vaccines to a healthy individual in order to prevent the spread of contagious disease to them. The purpose of vaccination is to prepare the immune system to recognize and fight diseases. But like all other medical treatments, vaccination comes with risks.
Although vaccines are normally thoroughly tested for safety, they can still cause dangers to the body. The dangers of vaccines result because:
- Lack of comprehensive studies on the safety of vaccines as well as vaccines additives
- Lack of sufficient studies on the adverse effects of caused by the combination in which vaccines are given
- Early vaccination may jeopardize the immunity development in children
- Lack of sufficient studies to show that vaccines guarantee to provide the benefit of immunity for which they are given
Vaccines are made of “unavoidable” phages (viruses that infect bacteria, contaminants, and viruses and are often considered “unavoidably” safe. Some of the viruses contained in vaccines have a known effect. A typical example is the simian virus SV 40, that has been found to cause cancer. Another contaminant is the bovine serum (cow serum) that is frequently used as a vaccine growth medium but has been found to be contaminated with bacteriophage.
Some agents and contaminations contained in vaccines are causes significant injury to the body such as chronic inflammation and permanent brain damage, blood disorders, seizures and convulsions, and even death. Research has shown that increased vaccination routines can cause or trigger autism.
The fact that vaccines have not been assessed for safety in terms of toxicity levels makes vaccines comes with significant risks. Surprisingly, the vaccines recommended for pregnant women have not been tested on women, which mean that their effects on the fetus are unknown. Other vaccines that cause similar effects include influenza vaccines and vaccines for STDs.
Adverse effects of vaccines have been shown to result in the following conditions:
- Anaphylactic shock
- Facial palsy, Bell’s palsy, and isolated cranial nerve palsy
- Blood disorder
- Brachial neuritis
- Multiple sclerosis
- Hearing loss
- Chronic rheumatoid disease
- Guillain-Barre syndrome
- Immune systems disorder
- Encephalopathy and encephalitis
- Convulsions, febrile seizures, and seizures
- Cerebrovascular accident or stroke
- Nervous systems disorders
Vaccines are not known for sure if they will provide the benefit of immunity for which they are given because people have different genetic makeup as well as individual responses to vaccines. As a result, vaccines may cause mild or serious neurological illness, or cause the illness it was meant to prevent. People suffering from mitochondrial dysfunction may have a problem dealing with vaccines because their body is unable to detoxify toxins like aluminum and mercury which is normally added to vaccines. The body’s inability to detoxify the metals may result in damage to multiple body organs.
Another danger of vaccines is cross-species contamination. Because vaccines are always produced or tested in other species before being administered to humans, the problem of cross-species contamination occurs. The polio virus, SV 40 virus, for example, was grown on monkey kidneys before being transferred from monkeys to humans. The SV 40 virus has been found to cause cancer yet many healthy people were vaccinated with it in the early version of polio vaccinations.