Three newborns in Vietnam passed away last month after receiving the hepatitis B vaccine. Hepatitis B is a virus that attacks the liver and most commonly affects adults. It is spread by coming into contact with body fluids from an infected person. According to WedMD, you may contract hep B if you:
- Have sex with an infected person without using a condom.
- Share needles (used for injecting drugs) with an infected person.
- Get a tattoo or piercing with tools that were not cleaned well.
- Share personal items like razors or toothbrushes with an infected person.
Hepatitis B cannot be spread by simply coming into contact with a person, this includes hugging, sharing food or drinks, and even kissing. By now you may have concluded that infants are not at high risk of contracting hepatitis B.
It breaks my heart that babies have died due to this dangerous vaccine. It appears that the vaccines were not tainted and they were administered by a nurse with over 20 years of experience. The infants suffered from anaphylactic shock. Below is a list of common ingredients in hepatitis B vaccines from the CDC.
There are notable carcinogens, toxins and chemicals including:
- aluminum hydroxide
- aluminum phosphate
- hydroxyphosphate sulfate
- yeast protein
- aborted fetus cells
- polysorbate 20
- soy peptone
Every parent should be aware of the dangers of vaccines. There are pros and cons that should be extensively researched prior to making a decision. The decision to vaccinate is personal and I don’t judge any parent for whichever route they choose. I hope this article brings attention to the potential dangers of vaccines. To read more about this topic, click here.