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    Default Vaxxed v Unvaxxed - What Does The Science Say?

    Robert F kennedy
    November 21 2019

    Part six in our series of studies comparing health outcomes among vaccinated vs unvaccinated populations. Once again, chronic illness plagues the vaccinated cohorts. CDC and Pharma make great efforts to block researchers from performing these studies and to prevent the journals from publishing them. Nonetheless, independent scientists have persisted and their reports have evaded the censors. Public health advocates willing to search can find them in quiet abundance among the peer-reviewed literature on Pubmed

    Read more: https://healthimpactnews.com/2019/va...e-science-say/

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    Default Re: Vaxxed v Unvaxxed - What Does The Science Say?

    I don't have a hard stance--yet--on whether vaccines in general are good or bad. But, I'm firmly against giving a child multiple vaccines simultaneously. It's next to impossible to determine which vaccine is causing an adverse reaction if several were given at the same time. The study that caught my attention was the one that showed "an increased risk of death for children receiving the measles and DTP vaccine simultaneously. The CDC and pediatricians really need to take a step back and reconsider "vaccine load."

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