Vaccine information page
How to Vet a Vaccine
1. Get a list of the types and brand names of what vaccines you are to receive at the next visit from your doctors office.
2. Go to https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/pinkbook/downloads/appendices/b/excipient-table-2.pdf
Write down each ingredient in each vaccine on the list. Notate which ones are cumulative.
3. Look up each ingredient for safety on the OSHA website or other website that give safety information.
at a local obstetricians office they offer their pregnant patients the vaccine below:
With the following ingredients:
formaldehyde, aluminum hydroxide, sodium chloride, polysorbate 80
Here is OSHA’s information on the first ingredient (formaldehyde) in the above Boostrix vaccine
NOTE: The OSHA website is geared toward safety in the workplace. You will he injecting this particular ingredient into your bloodstream via the vaccination.
Harmful Effects on Workers
Formaldehyde is a sensitizing agent that can cause an immune system response upon initial exposure. It is also a cancer hazard. Acute exposure is highly irritating to the eyes, nose, and throat and can make anyone exposed cough and wheeze. Subsequent exposure may cause severe allergic reactions of the skin, eyes and respiratory tract. Ingestion of formaldehyde can be fatal, and long-term exposure to low levels in the air or on the skin can cause asthma-like respiratory problems and skin irritation such as dermatitis and itching. Concentrations of 100 ppm are immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH).
4. Continue down the list of ingredients and include a tally of the quantity of these ingredients for each vaccination you will receive at the doctor visit, noting in particular how much of the potent neurotoxicity adjuvant aluminum (for example) you will be receiving at that visit.
5. Go to the manufacturer’s website and download the package insert. Read it, specifically looking for any issue that may be pertinent to your situation (ie Are you pregnant?). These inserts should also give you the amounts of each ingredient in the vaccine.
As an example, here is the information on page 14 re the vaccine and pregnant women
8 USE IN SPECIFIC POPULATIONS 8.1 Pregnancy
Pregnancy Exposure Registry
There is a pregnancy exposure registry that monitors pregnancy outcomes in women exposed to BOOSTRIX during pregnancy. Healthcare providers are encouraged to register women by calling 1-888-452-9622.
All pregnancies have a risk of birth defect, loss, or other adverse outcomes. In the U.S. general population, the estimated background risk of major birth defects and miscarriage in clinically recognized pregnancies is 2% to 4% and 15% to 20%, respectively. There are no adequate and well-controlled studies of BOOSTRIX in pregnant women in the U.S.
6. Determine the further safety of the vaccine by looking at www.rxlist.com or similar website that gives information on a drug/medical device for all known side effects. Be sure and read the entire listing as it should include the information by organ system.
You can also get a package insert here https://www.michiganvaccinechoice.org/package-inserts
7. Now look up the FDA statement on the CDC website regarding aluminum exposure.
Note: Per the cdc website re aluminum:
Vaccines may contain small amounts of aluminum compounds, no greater than 0.85 mg/dose.
Finally, now that you have all the information assembled, ask yourself the following questions to determine if there might be any other reason you should not be vaccinated:
Do you have a cold, flu, earache, headache, abdominal pain, respiratory illness, add/adhd, OCD, anxiety disorder, any neurological disorder, mitochondrial dysfunction/disorder, relative who has a mitochondrial disorder/dysfunction, developmental delay, an autoimmune disorder or a relative with an autoimmune disorder, are you pregnant, do you have cancer, a kidney issue or any other issue that may be compromising your immune system?
Further Questions to Explore.
Would you ever be exposed to all of the diseases in the vaccine you are receiving at once, for example the MMR is measles, mumps and rubella? Can you obtain a vaccine with one disease at once instead of all of them? To mimic what would happen in real life.
Has there been independent safety testing on the vaccine?
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