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FDA Approved Vaccine with Autism and SIDS Listed as Warnings - They Write What They're Told, We Don't!

FDA Approved Vaccine with Autism and SIDS Listed as Warnings

By Regis Yates

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The FDA is now placing warnings on package inserts of Immunizations regarding Autism and SIDS.

Interestingly, it appears back in 2012 the Tripedia vaccine product insert was removed from the Johns Hopkins Institute for Vaccine Safety website and is also missing from the Centers for Disease Control Vaccine Price List. The “official” reason is likely Sanofi Pasteur’s discontinuing the production of the vaccine. This here is a clear measure of medical insanity and the threat it represents to the health and life of our children.

Noticeably, in the UK & US authorities are considering giving the pertussis vaccine to newborns, even though there are no safety studies to support vaccination of newborns. Thoughts? Please share with us in the comments below.

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Snapshots of the Johns Hopkins Vaccine Safety Website both before and after the Tripedia vaccine information was changed.

 



Despite it all, the CDC is still pushing the story of vaccines not causing Autism.

” There is no link between vaccines and autism. Some people have had concerns that ASD might be linked to the vaccines children receive, but studies have shown that there is no link between receiving vaccines and developing ASD. In 2011, an Institute of Medicine (IOM) reports on eight vaccines given to children and adults found that with rare exceptions, these vaccines are very safe.”

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Source(s): Undergroundworldnews.com, CDC, Investmentwatchblog.com

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