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Question: Vaccination ingredients?
|bradens_mom21 - Mon Sep 08, 2008 3:30 pm||
What is actually put in vaccinations, truthfully?
I read that mercury, formaldahyde, and numerous other poisonous substances are put in them. why?
and why do doctors want to put this in babies and children?
|John Kenyon, CNA - Sun Sep 14, 2008 9:09 pm||
Vaccinations contain either live or killed viruses most often, which are intended to trick the body's immune system into reacting, in advance, against the type of virus intended to be thwarted. Sometimes the vaccines are suspended in water, sometimes they contain egg products, sometimes the serum from various types of animals' blood serums (many times horse or monkey serum). I know of no vaccine which contains arsenic, although I can imagine it is possible, in trace amounts perhaps. Formaldehyde would seem highly unlikely even in trace amounts.
Where did you get this "information"? And why, indeed, would any health professional want to introduce anything harmful into a baby or child or, for that matter, an adult? Modern vaccines save untold millions of lives yearly. They don't accomplish this by introducing poisons into people.
I hope this eases your mind.
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