(NaturalNews) Hepatitis-B is a viral attack on the liver that is transmitted through sex, shared hypodermic needles, and iatrogenic (medical) exposure. It's a bodily fluid transmitted virus that often occurs among those engaging in "risky behavior."
The Hep-B vaccination (HBV) is administered at or near birth and again between three and six months of age. It's the beginning of a lengthy runway of hazardous pediatric vaccinations recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
If vaccines worked safely, it would be prudent to screen expectant women for hepatitis-B to exclude unnecessary Hep-B vaccinations for newborns. Maybe it could make sense for a newborn whose mother tested positive for hepatitis-B.
But Hep-B vaccinations don't work and are very dangerous
There are examples of acute hepatitis-B among those who had been vaccinated. Those examples were from "high risk" adults, young and promiscuous, and some who were exposed to hepatitis-B in clinics and hospitals (iatrogenic exposure).
The announced removal of mercury adjuvants is a public relations distraction. Mercury based thimerosal has been replaced with aluminum hydroxide, which also creates serious adverse neurological effects.
Ironically, there is evidence of almost immediate liver damage from HBV shots. Several animal studies with low dose Hep-B vaccines have been published since the 1990s.
A recent study discovered gene mutations that led to liver cell death. This study noted that vaccine manufacturers don't test for gene mutations in their safety tests. All the studies were reported in peer reviewed journals.
How does all this affect helpless infants undergoing the CDC's rigorous vaccination schedule beginning at or near birth with the Hep-B vaccination?
Renowned neurosurgeon and author Dr. Russell Blaylock puts it this way: "Because the child's brain is undergoing a period of rapid growth from the third trimester of pregnancy until age 2 years, his or her brain is at considerable risk from this insane policy" [infant vaccinations].
The statistical evidence of rapidly rising autism and SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) is overwhelming. Yet only five percent of adverse events get reported to the adverse event reporting system (AERS), making it easier for the CDC to claim low risk to benefit vaccine ratios.
Even so, adverse effects and deaths from HBV vaccines greatly outnumbers the hepatitis-B infections and deaths among children between 10 and 14 years of age, considered the earliest age span for hepatitis-B from "high risk behavior."
One would get a realistic adverse event statistic by multiplying what is reported by almost ten. Most affected adversely don't know about AERS. Others don't want to bother with the level of effort required, while some doctors prefer to deny giving a shot that destroyed a child's life.
The CDC has steadily increased the vaccination schedule since the late-1970s, inserting the HBV shot in the 1990s. Autism has skyrocketed by almost 90 percent in three decades. Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) has also jumped dramatically within the USA, which is leading industrialized nations in that category.
Nevertheless, mainstream medicine constantly promotes vaccine safety and efficacy for HBV shots and all others. They continually dismiss those statistics as not scientific evidence for causality; while freely using epidemiology statistics, often manipulated, for their purposes.
Don't fall for their spin. Spare your child's future, and yours, the agony of constant suffering and medical care from adverse vaccine injury damage, if your baby survives at all. If a pregnant woman doesn't have hepatitis-B, the HBV shouldn't even be considered.
Vaccinations are risky at any age. Before two years, when HBV vaccinations are scheduled, negative health results are probable later if not sooner.
About the author: Paul Fassa is dedicated to warning others about the current corruption of food and medicine and guiding others toward a direction for better health with no restrictions on health freedom. You can visit his blog at http://healthmaven.blogspot.com