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Vaccine Complications Are Widespread

By Wednesday, 02 May 2018 04:47 PM Current | Bio | Archive

The federal government has established a reporting method for vaccines called the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS).

In this voluntary reporting system, doctors and others are asked to report any vaccine-related injury or complication.

Last year, 46,283 vaccine-related complications were reported.

Worse yet, studies have shown that only 10 percent of all complications are ever reported to VAERS.

That means a better estimate would be that there were 462,830 vaccine-related injuries last year — a much more frightening figure.

According to the CDC, most minor complications, such as arm soreness or slight fevers, are not usually reported. This means that the reported complications are mostly significant and many quite serious.

A researcher friend of mine has collected a large number of very serious complications from the Gardasil vaccine and has written a number of scholarly articles on how these vaccines damage the brain.

It is now accepted in scientific literature that all cases of polio in Africa were caused by the oral polio vaccine itself.

This polio vaccine was banned in the United States because studies determined that all cases of polio after 1961 were caused by the vaccine.

So much for “safe vaccines.”

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According to the CDC, most minor vaccine complications, such as arm soreness or slight fevers, are not usually reported.
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