Vaccine dangers in question: The U.S. FDA approves Vaxelis, a new ‘6-in-1 combo shot’ for infants to young children

Vaccine dangers in question: The U.S. FDA approves Vaxelis, a new ‘6-in-1 combo shot’ for infants to young children
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(NaturalHealth365) In late December 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a disturbing new hexavalent vaccine called Vaxelis.  It contains a combination of antigens that supposedly address six different diseases: tetanus, pertussis, diphtheria, poliomyelitis, hepatitis B and the flu.  Yet, with so many people wondering about vaccine dangers – this one is particularly alarming to concerned parents.

Vaxelis is expected to hit the market in the U.S. in 2020.  Jointly developed by manufacturers Merck and Sanofi Pasteur, this shot has already been approved by European Union government regulators in 2015.

The goal is to give three doses to infants and children between just six weeks old and four years of age.

Vaccine dangers EXPOSED: Can we really trust the ‘safety’ of Vaxelis

Unlike traditional monovalent vaccines that contain just one antigen, multivalent vaccines like Vaxelis contain multiple microorganism strains. One example of a widely used multivalent vaccine is the MMR vaccination for measles, mumps and rubella.

Tetanus and diphtheria vaccines are also only available in a combination shot.

Some of the stated purposes of combination vaccines are to reduce the number of shots infants and children must receive and to simplify the transport and storage of vaccines. They are also intended to make it ‘easier for families to comply’ with vaccine schedules.

But, of course, there seems to be no significant concern – by Western medicine – about the increased amount of toxins that are introduced into the body – at one time, with these ‘all-in-one’ type shots.

To be clear: the risks associated with these mega-vaccines are astronomical.  Some of the many ‘side effects’ include, increased pain and swelling at the injection site; a higher risk of seizures; loss of consciousness; antisocial behavior and inconsolable crying for hours.

In addition, there are higher incidents of allergic reactions, fever, a shock-like state, coma and premature death.  Believe it or not, the product insert for Vaxelis reports there were “high rates” of adverse reactions in children who received the vaccine in clinical trials.

Yet, this product still got approved for use?!

Many vaccines are a toxic cocktail of unwanted metals and contaminants

The approval of Vaxelis is yet another example of a vaccine being rushed to market in the face of strong evidence that it’s unsafe. During the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2018 Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) conference, officials actually admitted consumers are intended to be used as “guinea pigs” in lieu of sufficient clinical trials.

The truth is vaccines contain a toxic cocktail of harmful substances.  Metals like aluminum, mercury and chromium are used as adjuvants.  And, in some cases, tungsten, stainless steel, a gold-zinc aggregate and lead have been detected.

Don’t forget: these ingredients are known neurotoxins that are unsafe for adults and certainly horrible for our children.  In truth, contaminants and toxic substances have been detected in virtually all vaccines.

Parents are waking up to the insanity of a growing (unsafe) immunization schedule

It’s no wonder that vaccines are linked with both neurological problems and autoimmune diseases.  Researchers believe the contaminants are aggravating the immune system and causing systemic inflammation – which leads to many chronic health problems.

Keep in mind, despite the widespread use of vaccination, disease rates – in many areas – are still high.

Thankfully, we see more and more parents voicing their concerns with the local, state and federal legislators.  As concerned citizens, we must continue to educate ourselves about the risks linked to vaccines and make informed decisions about our healthcare.

It may take more effort – but, our health is worth it.

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