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Newborns Don't Need Hep B Vaccine

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Wednesday, 24 May 2017 04:10 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Let me make this clear: Giving a healthy (or sick) newborn baby whose mother does not have hepatitis B an injection with the hep B vaccine — just hours after its birth — should be considered malpractice.

Hepatitis B infection is usually acquired through sharing of body fluids. The most common ways that the disease is transmitted are through sexual intercourse and intravenous drug use.

If your newborn is not having sex or using intravenous drugs, I suggest delaying this vaccine.

I have seen many adults injured by the hep B injection. You can only wonder what this is doing to a newborn baby.

And again, multiple doses of this vaccine are recommended.

The hepatitis B immunization contains aluminum as well as formaldehyde, which is a known carcinogen.

There can also be trace amounts of mercury in a hepatitis B vaccine.

Vaccination is a difficult topic for many people to discuss. When someone tells me that the science behind vaccines is settled, I know I’m going to have a rough time.

Because I have extensively studied the vaccine literature, I can assure you that the science behind vaccines is far from settled.

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Giving a healthy (or sick) newborn baby whose mother does not have hepatitis B an injection with the hep B vaccine should be considered malpractice.
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