Thursday, April 26, 2012

Vaccine article highlights

This vaccine schedule list shows average of 80 vaccines by the time children are 6 years of age. Our Pediatrician states it's gone up. It's now 85 vaccines by six years! For the names & # of them, as well as for a list of vaccine ingredient see

FDA admits on its website that thimerosal is still in vaccines
"While the use of mercury-containing preservatives has declined in recent years with the development of new products formulated with alternative or no preservatives, thimerosal has been used in some immune globulin preparations, anti-venins, skin test antigens, and ophthalmic and nasal products, in addition to certain vaccines," writes the FDA on itsThimerosal in Vaccines page ( ). from Natural News

less than 0.3 mcg per dose, which is “Thimerasol free” according to FDA standards. This miniscule amount is apparently unavoidable from the “manufacturing process.” quote from http://

Vaccines Containing Aborted Fetal Cells
-MMR II (Merck)
-ProQuad (MMR + Chickenpox -- Merck)
-Varivax (Chickenpox -- Merck)
-Pentacel (Polio + DTaP + HiB -- Sanofi Pasteur)
-Vaqta (Hepatitis-A -- Merck)
-Havrix (Hepatitis-A -- Glaxo SmithKline)
-Twinrix (Hepatitis-A and B combo -- Glaxo)
-Zostavax (Shingles -- Merck)
-Imovax (Rabies -- Sanofi Pasteur)

"In California, pertussis [whooping cough] rates are about the same in counties with high childhood vaccination rates and low ones." from ICPA 4 kids 

"Maglio Christopher & Toale, P.A. has been representing vaccine injured patients for well over a decade and currently represents hundreds of patients experiencing adverse reactions to vaccines across the United States.

For more information on the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, or if you are a victim of a vaccine injury, contact the law offices of Maglio Christopher & Toale, P.A. at (888) 952-5242 or fill out our online vaccine injury case review form at" from $61 Million Dollar Settlement for a Child Injured by a Vaccine

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