- The Hepatitis B risk groups are: Healthcare providers and emergency responders, sexually active heterosexuals (more than one partner in the last 6 months), men who have sex with men, and elicit drug users. Unless the mother has Hepatitis B, a 1-day old infant doesnâ€™t fall into any of these categories. In addition, vaccine-induced antibodies decline gradually over approximately 7 years, and up to 60% of persons who initially respond will lose detectable antibodies within 12 years (CDC, unpublished data). So, by the time a child is even old enough to fall into any of the at-risk categories, their antibodies are no longer present.
- Journal of Autoimmune Disease in 1996 wrote, â€śThere is no doubt that the new recombinant hepatitis B vaccine has the ability to trigger autoimmunity.â€ť Now more than ever, children are being diagnosed with auto-immune illnesses like: juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, type-1 diabetes, Kawasaki disease, and myasthenia gravis.Â It is also said that other side effects of the Hepatitis B include: Guillian-Barreâ€™ (paralysis syndrome that can be permanent), CNS demyelination (breaking down of fatty coating around the brain and nerves), colitis, autism and many more.
- The Journal of Autoimmunity reported that in order to create immunity you only need 10 IU/ml of antibody to form. The Hepatitis B vaccine can induce 2,000 IU/ml in ONE SHOT (reminder: there are three shots in the series). Instead of creating the antibodies against the disease, you now have a lot of extra antibodies and no hepatitis B to attack. What happens now? These antibodies find antigens on your cells that look like the hepatitis B virus, and attack. When these antibodies attack cells in the joints, you see rheumatoid arthritis. When they attack cells in the neuro-muscular junction, you see myasthenia gravis. The list goes on and on for diagnosis and adverse reactions.
- A premature 4 lb baby gets the same dosage of the hepatitis B vaccine as a 180 lb man. No other medication is given this way. Another shocking fact: â€śInfants born prematurely, regardless of birth weight, should be vaccinated at the same chronological age and according to the same schedules as full term infantsâ€¦ The full recommended dose of each vaccine should be used.Â Divided or reduced doses are not recommended.â€ť Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 1994
- Studies have NEVER been conducted on newbornsâ€¦
- A manufacturerâ€™s representative was asked in a 1997 Illinois Board of Health hearing to show evidence that the hepatitis B vaccine is safe for a 1-day old infant. The representative stated:
â€śWe have none. Our studies were done on 5- and 10-year-olds.â€ť-The Congressional Quarterly, August 23, 2000