FDA Approves VAXELIS Combo Vaccine Despite Infant Mortality
Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved VAXELIS, a new 6-in-1 combo vaccine. The new drug, produced as a collaborative effort by pharmaceutical giants Merck and Sanofi, claims to prevent diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis, hepatitis B, and invasive disease due to Haemophilus influenzae (H. influenzae) type b.
The vaccine has been approved for infants as young as 6 weeks old and will be administered in a series of 3 doses between 6 weeks and 4 months of age.
As the vaccine schedule for children continues to inflate, we need to start asking better questions. Is this vaccine safe? Is it effective? Are developers adequately testing these drugs before going to market? At 6 weeks, are infants equipped to handle the increasing burden of vaccines being mandated by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)?
Here’s what you need to know about the new combo drug:
VAXELIS is the first hexavalent (six vaccines in one) drug to be approved in the U.S. and is being hailed as the solution to the increasing number of injections children receive during physician visits. In their first year of life, children routinely receive over 25 vaccines, some administered just hours after birth. Safety concerns have continued to grow as increasing evidence points to vaccines as a cause of many childhood illnesses and even death. The efficacy of these drugs has been hotly debated, though the CDC states unequivocally that vaccines are both safe and effective.
Unfortunately, the standards for safety testing vaccines are significantly lacking. For starters, vaccinated patients are not tested against an unvaccinated control group, but rather against patients vaccinated with other drugs. New vaccines are routinely tested against confirmed dangerous ones in order to arrive at what appear to be positive outcomes. Without a control group, these studies are incapable of accurately measuring the frequency and causal relationships of the vaccines they study.
The duration of these studies is also much smaller than any other drug seeking FDA approval. While most drug studies last for months or even years, vaccines are only evaluated for a few days or weeks. There’s evidence that the preservatives in these vaccines, like aluminum and mercury, are directly related to the alarming rise in autism diagnoses in America.
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Six vaccines in one - that certainly won't be a shock to the body of a tiny infant. But hey, what's a few deaths when there's money to be made. (sarcasm)
Federal Death Administration does it's job.
Can they be any more blatant about trying to destroy us with vaccines? I mean What The Fuck man! These people are supposed be scientists yet they expect the undeveloped immune system of a 6 week old infant to react to an onslaught of 6 diseases simultaneously? And that doesn't even account for the cocktail of toxic additives that go along with it. I guess they are tired of waiting for the slow death and brain damage caused by combining only 2 or 3 at a time, lets just get it over with in 1 shot and quit fucking around. Beyond stupidity! You would have to be already vaccine damaged to think that this is a good idea. Then again, maybe that's what they are counting on.
I suppose giving hep B vaccine to a newborn on the first day of life, protects the infant from sexually transmitted diseases....
Try to take the baby and run... You'd be a fugitive. It really happened in OZ.
FDA Approves VAXELIS Combo Vaccine Despite Infant Mortality is misleading. Instead of "Despite" you could say "due to". Population control is the real reason.