If you're a Working Mom in Omaha, or any parent for that matter, you may have wondered what is in your baby's vaccines. Well, to begin with, how about mercury?
"a preservative that is added to vaccines that is almost half mercury."
Well, fortunately, it seems some vaccines no longer contain the preservative thimerosal. Thimerosal is currently found primarily (not exclusively) in flu and rabies vaccines. Oddly, it is only the multi-dose flu vaccine which appears to contain thimerosal. The vaccines that only require one shot do not contain this poison. How comforting.
Despite claims thimerosal has been removed from the majority of vaccines, there appears to be evidence that thimerosal introduced through vaccines in childhood is responsible for the rise in cases of autism. Where figures once showed 1 in about 5000 children was autistic, current rates suggest it has now grown to 1 in every 166 children.
Other known effects of mercury poisoning include: burning feeling in the limbs, mental side effects such as loss of memory, vision and hearing, other psychological effects, paralysis, congenital malformations, kidney failure, and even death. According to a website which educates individuals on the effects of mercury poisoning "even seemingly small amounts of mercury have major, deadly consequences and mercury poisoning affects the kidneys and the nervous system."
How about babies? What? Yes, you heard me right. Human albumin and diploid cells, according to the CDC, are among the ingredients in many required childhood vaccines. These are cells from aborted fetuses. Medically speaking, when this foreign DNA and human protein is introduced into the blood, the body will naturally attack the foreign substances. Therefore, the body begins to attack the blood. Sounds healthy.
Further, the idea that the body will produce immunity to the offending virus is a misconception. The body does not produce natural immunity to the virus simply because one has had a vaccine. Immunization is a natural physiological process. Vaccination is the introduction of a virus into the body. Thus, the two are not the same. Lovely.
Alright, well, what else is in there? Honestly, one cannot be absolutely certain. See, the vaccines are commonly cultivated in animals, including monkeys. The ingredients list substances such as bovine extract, bovine serum, calf serum, rhesus monkey fetal lung cells, monkey kidney cells, chicken protein, chick embryonic fluid, washed red blood cells from sheep, and something about guinea pigs. The problem with cultivating viruses in animals is that when the viruses are extracted, there is no real way to prevent the extraction of viruses common to such animals; viruses to which humans have no natural immunities. Therefore, the vaccine may introduce more problems than it attempts to alleviate.
Vaccines, due to mercury as well as unintentional virus transmission, have been linked to "learning disabilities, autism, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis (MS), fibromyalgia, lupus, arthritis, depression, bipolar disorder" and a number of other common ailments.
For more detailed information, click Dr. Tent's picture (above, left) or follow the video link below. And, please, check my sources, and check my source's sources. I did.