(Natural News) The most sinister way for a doctor to make millions of dollars in America is to create toxic medicine for children that causes serious health problems for which the parents come directly to them to obtain more toxic chemical treatments, having no clue that was the whole M.O. (method of operation) in the first place. There’s a filthy rich freak named Paul Offit, who inserted two strains of a deadly pig virus into a childhood vaccine and patented it. He makes millions off giving children severe diarrhea via a vaccine that’s supposed to treat a completely different virus that causes mild diarrhea, and the vaccine insert even lists severe diarrhea as a side effect.
What’s worse than that? The deadly pig virus in the Rotavirus vaccine “RotaTeq®” can cause intussusception, where the infant’s intestines become twisted and he or she dies. Talk about “sick and twisted,” this is the epitome of medical extremism in America, and the CDC helps pediatrician Dr. Paul Offit get away with it all, raking in millions of dollars for this dangerous medical scheme.
RotaTeq vaccine is indicated for the prevention of gastroenteritis in infants, yet when administered causes severe diarrhea and prolonged shedding of the virus
Want your kids to come down with a deadly disease and spread it around at home to their siblings and to all the kids at daycare? Just have Dr. Paul Offit give them a few oral doses of some deadly pig viruses and other RotaTeq toxins. Shedding means spreading, don’t you know? Plus, RotaTeq is administered to babies as a 3-dose series, beginning as young as 6 weeks, so if the first toxic dose doesn’t cause enough severe diarrhea in your child and spread a deadly pig virus, the next two concoctions should easily do the trick. The freak doctor who invented it will have his office staff ready to book your follow-up appointments to treat your children’s newfound infections with more pharma concoctions he patented or is paid big bucks to dish out.
No safety or efficacy data are available from clinical trials regarding the administration of RotaTeq to infants with immune problems
Yes, you read that correctly. It states right on the vaccine insert warning sheet that “No safety or efficacy data are available from clinical trials regarding the administration of RotaTeq to infants who are potentially immunocompromised.” Well, if you’re being administered a deadly pig virus called circovirus then you ARE immunocompromised upon taking Offit’s poison. In fact, a post-marketing observational study in the United States revealed cases of deadly intussusception within three weeks following the first dose of RotaTeq, with a clustering of cases in the first seven days. Signs of this would include relentless vomiting, severe stomach pains and blood in the stool.
In clinical trials, the most common adverse events included diarrhea, vomiting, irritability, and bronchospasm. So let’s get this straight. You take your infant to a medical doctor for medicine that’s supposed to prevent a virus that causes mild cases of diarrhea, and your innocent baby gets severe diarrhea, twisted intestines, starts throwing up for some “unknown” reason, becomes very irritable and starts having bronchial spasms, which are sudden constrictions of the lung’s muscles, causing severe difficulty in breathing and possible anaphylaxis.
The RotaTeq vaccine insert page also warns parents that some children contract Kawasaki disease from it: “In post-marketing experience, intussusception (including death) and Kawasaki disease have been reported in infants who have received RotaTeq.” Kawasaki disease affects children under five and can lead to serious complications affecting the heart. Kawasaki disease cannot be prevented and is most common among children of Japanese and Korean descent. Coincidentally, circovirus is a deadly pig virus common in China. The question presides – why the heck are deadly LIVE viruses from the Far East allowed as ingredients in vaccines orally administered to American babies?
Sinister Dr. Paul Offit says babies can withstand 10,000 vaccines administered all at once
As if it’s not enough to make millions of dollars of patenting a deadly vaccine, Paul Offit, author of “Every child by two,” wants your infant to be injected with thousands of vaccines, so they’ll be autistic, deformed, maimed, incapacitated, and become his clients for life. In case you’re still in shock and disbelief about the dangers of RotaTeq live virus vaccine, here are the ingredients as listed by Merck on the vaccine insert page:
5 live rotavirus strains (G1, G2, G3, G4, and P1).
Sucrose, sodium citrate, sodium phosphate monobasic monohydrate, sodium hydroxide, polysorbate 80, and also fetal bovine serum.
Parts of porcine circovirus (a virus that infects pigs) types 1 and 2 have been found in RotaTeq.
Dr. Paul Offit is the most widely quoted vaccine apologist, shill and promoter in the world, and it’s no wonder why. For his “knowledge” about immune response, he was honored with an award by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases and recognized by the genocidal maniac Bill Gates during his global health project “Living Proof” – a sinister population and eugenics control plot to vaccinate the whole world.
The CDC recommends Offit’s rotavirus vaccine for infants; however, auspiciously, Offit is also a founding advisory board member of the Autism Science Foundation. In 2008, the program “Every Child by Two” and Dr. Paul Offit received hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding from Pharmaceutical companies that manufacture vaccines, not to mention somewhere between $30 to $50 million for the sale of his invention – the useless and deadly Rotavirus vaccine.
Beware! Paul Offit is still at large, posing as the Director of the Vaccine Education Center at “CHOP” (Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia). Here’s what the freak had to say when VAXXED documentary film creator asks him for a short interview:
For more information about medical freaks at large and who are still dishing out deadly medicine in America (including Richard Pan and David Gorski), tune in daily to MedicalExtremism.com and scrub your doctors’ names against the “most wanted” list.
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