J Clin Virol. 2009 Nov;46(3):202-5. doi: 10.1016/j.jcv.2009.07.024. Epub 2009 Aug 28.
Hepatitis B vaccination and French Society ten years after the suspension of the vaccination campaign: how should we raise infant immunization coverage rates?
In 1998, official concerns were first voiced over a possible association between hepatitis B virus (HBV) vaccination and multiple sclerosis (MS). Despite a number of studies that have demonstrated no such association, ten years on the French population's confidence in the vaccine remains shaken and immunization rates of infants have stagnated beneath 30%. With a chronic carriage of the virus estimated at 0.68%, it seems unlikely that France will be able to control the circulation of the virus. This article analyses attitudes towards HBV vaccination based on recent surveys: not only the public but also the vast majority of "vaccinators" (88%) questions the safety of the vaccine. Physicians opposed to vaccinating infants cite the possibility of adverse events occurring later in life and their lack of trust in the health authorities and the pharmaceutical industry. Both the general public and physicians feel more inclined to vaccinate adolescents and adults, even though it was for these age groups (especially the latter) that neurological adverse events were notified. It appears that above all, the usefulness of the vaccine and its safety profile for young children should be explained in understandable language by all those involved in public health, including the media. However, when opting for public health policies on the basis of statistical estimations, the importance of individual cases (e.g. MS in the family) should not be overlooked both for biological and ethical reasons.
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gibbledygook wrote:It's interesting to note the genetic link to an area involved in suppressing amongst others the Hep B virus and how this area is linked to MS. I wouldn't be so fast to rule out Hep B vaccines as a candidate for involvement in neurological or other problems in susceptible genes.
want2bike wrote:Children are being killed everyday because of this useless vaccine. Babies do not have a risk for the Hepatitis B virus. They do not have unprotected sex or use dirty needles which is how the virus is spread. By the time they are old enough for sex or using dirty needles the immunity of the vaccine is gone. They DO have the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. They also have the risk of getting an autoimmune disease later in life. Anyone having children should ask the questions what are the risk and what are the benefits. The risk are greater than the benefits say NO. Injecting these poisons in the new born babies is a crime against humanity.
want2bike wrote:If you want to do the vaccines at least investigate the ingredients and decide if you want these things in your body. These toxins make people sick. If you don't think these things will harm you go a head and get the vaccine. I do not want to take the chance.
gibbledygook wrote:Note that the conclusion of the paper is suggestive of a biological link to MS.
want2bike wrote:This article seems to suggest that these people making the vaccines sometimes make mistakes and put the live virus in the vaccine. Like the people who got meningitis in their steroids. It is bad enough injecting formaldehyde, aluminum, mercury, antifreeze and various other toxins in your body but what if someone makes a mistake and gives you the live virus. The effectiveness of these vaccines is questionable and not worth the risk. If you want to be safe from disease make you body healthy. Injecting poison in the body will not do it. Could be vaccines are the reason we have all these sick children today. It is very concerning all these angry children walking into schools and shooting up the place. Anyone have a better explanation for this?
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