Dogs And Cows And Toxic Vials, That’s What Vaccines Are Made Of!

Conclusion It is apparent that our vaccinations include some very strange and unsavoury ingredients. The three single vaccines were certainly not the only vaccines I came across containing parts of animals, humans and insects. In fact, I found a huge list of them on a PDF which I have included as extra research. For some reason, many parents are perfectly happy to have their tiny babies vaccinated with everything from insect cells to pigs’ gelatin, without a moment’s hesitation, arguing that the vaccines are to protect their children and keep them strong and healthy. Others remain totally unaware of the vaccines’ contents and may have religions banning abortions and the consumption of many of the vaccines contents. I believe that: 1. Parents should be given the product insert to read in full before they have their child vaccinated. 2. Parents should be made fully aware of what the vaccine contains before vaccination. 3. Parents should be made fully aware of all possible adverse reactions the vaccine can cause. 4. Parents should sign a consent form before their child is vaccinated. Like Jackie Fletcher, I believe that parents should be allowed to have choices, not only between the MMR vaccine or the single vaccines, but also whether or not they wish to have their child vaccinated at all. References 1. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-101498/Lecture-threat-parents-refuse-MMR-vaccination.html 2. www.fda.gov/…/biologicsbloodvaccines/vaccines/&hel...
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