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More info on Hep B here (molecular mimicry mentioned):

In 1996, Burton A. Waisbren, M.D., a cell biologist and infectious disease specialist, who is a founding member of the Infectious Disease Society of America and past President of the Infectious Disease Society of Milwaukee, pointed out in the Wisconsin Medical Journal that "there is an increasing number of reports in the refereed medical literature about demyelinizing diseases occurring after an individual has received the hepatitis B vaccination...since the hepatitis B virus itself has been reported to cause autoimmune problems, should we not be wary of giving antigens that seem to have triggered these problems?" Waisbren, in a presentation before a 1996 Institute of Medicine Vaccine Safety Forum, warned that genetically engineered hepatitis B vaccines contain polypeptide sequences that are present in human neurologic tissues such as myelin and that, by a mechanism called molecular mimicry, these polypeptides can act as autoantigens which can induce autoimmune demyelinating diseases of the brain such as multiple sclerosis. http://www.nvic.org/nvic-archives/newsletter/untoldstory.aspx

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Does the info on the page that you linked, make you want to puke when you think of the rec. to give all newborns that vaccine?


The only explanation that I could ever find was that by giving it at birth to all newborns, it would encourage parents to bring baby back to complete the series. Now, if you are a prostitute and live with an IV drug user and use your toothbrush and/or razors on your newborn and comingle blood, I don't think you are really going to be the type of parent that is going to say "hey, I think they gave that kid a shot in the hospital, I better get him back for another one." Oh, yea, it was said that it could "catch," the infants of the mothers that weren't tested. Ahhh, I would say it would be better policy to make sure the hospital did test the mom. Sure seems resources to make sure that was implemented would be put to better use. If you can remember to give the infant the shot, you can remember to see if the mom was negative, I would think.


Both of the vaccines that would be used for the birth dose are alum adjuvanted. Talk about reckless disregard.


These are the only singles that I see listed (the rest are combo shots) that have a ped dosage.


page 8 under description

pages 6 & 7 give description


I'm still battling the ca senate in my head, sorry. Did you see where they asked Pan if a child with Hep B could attend school? The answer of couurse was yes.

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Yes, when Senator Anderson asked Pan about the Hep B, Pan ending up not answering the question and started a talking about measles at Disney (again).


So, I found out from somebody that works at a hospital that they do know which moms are Hep B positive and which aren't...don't know if this is true at all hospitals.

I should say that the legislators (and their people) are sorely uninformed. Basically the legislators (aside from a couple, like Anderson) are getting spoon fed info from Pan, and that's all they are processing. I had a meeting with an aide of one of the CA senators. Her stance was that vaccines are very well tested and completely safe. She simply couldn't understand why anybody would NOT want to give a baby Hep B, even if that infant was at very low risk for infection (eg Hep B negative mom).

I should also add that this person (who is working closely with the senator, and we weren't allowed to actually talk to the senator) was so uninformed that she thought a Hep B positive child would be allowed to go to school AFTER that child received a Hep B vaccine. So these people (who don't even understand that vaccinating a Hep B positive child for Hep B would be completely pointless)...the ignorance is frightening and these are the people in control.

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I had a meeting with an aide of one of the CA senators.


YEA EAmom!!!!


She simply couldn't understand why anybody would NOT want to give a baby Hep B, even if that infant was at very low risk for infection (eg Hep B negative mom).



Can you send her a follow up e mail?




As of March 2012, there was a total of 66,654 hepatitis B vaccine-related adverse events reported to the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), including reports of headache, irritability, extreme fatigue, brain inflammation, convulsions, rheumatoid arthritis, optic neuritis, multiple sclerosis, lupus, Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS) and neuropathy. There have been more than 1500 hepatitis B vaccine-related deaths reported, including deaths classified as sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). [13]



In the News Now




Mexico suspends infant vaccines after two babies die and 29 fall ill

Infant vaccinations suspended and investigation begun after six of the 11 babies received injections for tuberculosis, rotavirus and hepatitis B



http://www.iansvoice.org/ (this is totally heart wretching)







My daughter Lyla Rose Belkin died on September 16, 1998 at the age of five weeks, shortly after receiving a Hepatitis B vaccine booster shot. The following comments are intended to be a heads up to parents and potential parents about the risks of the Hepatitis B vaccine (HBV), and a firsthand report questioning the scientific legitimacy of the vaccine industry, which provides $800 million of annual revenue to Merck – the company which makes the Hepatitis B vaccine distributed in the US.


More idea's for follow up



In vivo study of hepatitis B vaccine effects on inflammation

and metabolism gene expression



Anti-phospholipid antibodies following vaccination with recombinant hepatitis B vaccine.




The study population consisted of 85 healthy students (63 female, 22 male; mean age 20.8 years), vaccinated with three doses of recombinant DNA hepatitis B vaccine




Two participants became positive for anti-nuclear antibodies during 6 months' follow-up. There were no sex-dependent differences in tested antibodies observed and no associations between levels of aPL and levels of anti-HBV antibodies. We conclude that HBV can induce aPL, although rarely. In genetically susceptible individuals or together with some other triggers such combination might confer the risk of developing a continuous autoimmune response in an individual.




Aluminum in vaccines may be linked to health risks


The above (3) links are taken from Hilary B.'s work here






Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2008 Oct;27(10):881-5. doi: 10.1097/INF.0b013e31817702ba.


Persistence of protection against hepatitis B virus infection among adolescents vaccinated with recombinant hepatitis B vaccine beginning at birth: a 15-year follow-up study.


Absence of an anamnestic response to an additional vaccine dose, seen in half of participants, might indicate waning immunity.









The chart at the bottom of the report clearly shows that the rate at which hep-B was diagnosed in children was less than one per 100,000 or fewer than 360 a year in a childhood population of 36 million in 1990. The text at the top of the report, however, states: “Before 1982, an estimated 200,000--300,000 persons in the United States were infected annually with HBV, including approximately 20,000 children.” The source for this large number was an article in Pediatrics in 2001. It uses the word “estimated” because this is a purely speculative figure, not based on the disease being diagnosed by blood tests carried out by physicians.




Geographic Distribution of Chronic HBV Infection — Worldwide, 2006*

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Another Hep B study http://www.fourteenstudies.org/ourstudies.html

Children who receive the entire 3-shot series of Hepatitis B Vaccine have a 9x higher rate of developmental disabilities than unvaccinated children.

Hepatitis B triple series vaccine and developmental disability in US children aged 1-9 years
Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, September 2008
Carolyn Gallagher* and Melody Goodman


"The odds of receiving EIS [special education services] were approximately nine times as great for vaccinated boys (n¼46) as for unvaccinated boys (n¼7), after adjustment for confounders. This study found statistically significant evidence to suggest that boys in United States who were vaccinated with the triple series Hepatitis B vaccine, during the time period in which vaccines were manufactured with thimerosal, were more susceptible to developmental disability than were unvaccinated boys."

Note: This is the only published study we know of in the world that compares vaccinated children to unvaccinated children.

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