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Is the Zika virus 'epidemic' being used to cover up vaccine-induced miscarriages and birth defects?

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(NaturalNews) Although wonderful for many women, pregnancy comes with a great responsibility. Especially in an age when scientific research is often manipulated for the sake of profit, a mother-to-be is faced with a set of very difficult choices in order to keep herself and her baby healthy. One of these choices involves the controversial vaccinations that are pushed down on pregnant women by public health officials and obstetricians.

Several of these vaccines are known to cause miscarriages and birth defects. Sounds familiar? The recent Zika virus "epidemic" displays a similar profile. So far, it's been claimed that pregnant women who are contaminated with the virus are at a higher risk of miscarriage, while the virus itself has been publicly linked to a birth defect called microcephaly. But is it possible that that Zika is being used to cover up vaccine injury in pregnant women?

Poorly tested vaccines and a "healthy pregnancy"

Ever since the 1970s, industry-influenced public health officials have recommended the experimental influenza vaccine for pregnant women in their second or third trimester, but obstetricians generally oppose it so as to avoid any potential toxic exposure that could interfere with the normal development of the baby.

In 2006, the CDC strongly insisted that all pregnant women should take the vaccine, regardless of their health. In 2011, an untested pertussis Tdap vaccine was also recommended for pregnant women. All of a sudden, vaccination during pregnancy was deemed "safe." despite a complete lack of evidence.

But was there any scientific data guaranteeing for the safety of these vaccines, their necessity or their efficiency? The FDA listed both the influenza and the Tdap vaccines as Pregnancy Category B or C biologicals. This means that they were not sufficiently tested to demonstrate safety for pregnant women, and it is supposedly not known whether or not they are harmful for the fetus. Why, then, are they recommended by the CDC for every pregnancy[PDF]?

The CDC warns pregnant women about Zika

Early in January, the CDC issued a travel warning for pregnant women and women trying to get pregnant. Due to the recent outbreak, women were told to stay away from 14 countries and areas, including Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama and Venezuela.

If for the human adult, the Zika virus disease manifests as nothing more than a mild cold, the risks are claimed to be much higher for unborn babies. After Brazil reported 20 times its average level of microcephaly in 2015, the Zika virus was linked to this debilitating birth defect, as well as to miscarriages. However, investigative research is still needed in order to confirm this link.

In the meantime, although all the reported cases in the U.S. were travel-related so far, the Zika virus is expected to show up in local mosquitoes as well.

Could it be a diversion?

As of yet, it's only a far-fetched possibility that the CDC is covering up miscarriages and birth defects caused by harmful vaccines or agricultural practices by drawing attention to the Zika "pandemic." But take a look at the MMR vaccine and its controversial link with autism. If the CDC was able to cover that up for so many years, what's to say this is not just another diversion?

A record number of women started refusing the flu shot in 2012. All the while, public health officials are trying to convince mothers-to-be of the safety, effectiveness and necessity of vaccines. More cases of vaccine injury would severely hinder their efforts, so it's not difficult to see why they would rather cover everything up.

For all those women who are constantly faced with impossible decisions about the health of their babies, more research into the safety of vaccines and the actual implications of Zika could make a tremendous difference.

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