Medical and government authorities openly admit that most vaccines can and do cause the disease it was designed to prevent. This is well documented in the medical literature, as we have cataloged on this page.

Although it is often downplayed as rare, no one really know how much it happens, as there is little incentive for doctors to report such events and every reason for them to deny it. Medical journals confess that vaccine reactions can go unreported in at least 90% of cases. Under reporting is a big problem to assessing the scale of risk if we are to fairly determine vaccine’s value to human health. Some issues are far overdue for evaluation, even based on resolute facts, like: The only way an American has contracted polio for over 20 year is from the vaccine or being in close proximity to a recent vaccine (we average 5 per year, approximately). Remember; if it happened to you, the chances were 100%.

 

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