[SaneVax: Despite the fact that hepatitis B is a disease confined to sexual transmission or contact with contaminated blood, the CDC recommends a Hep B vaccine be given at birth, 1 month and 6 months of age. The only newborns at risk for hepatitis B are those born to infected mothers, and those who live with someone infected – if they are exposed to their blood or bodily fluids. What is the logic behind injecting all newborns?
According to the CDC webpage titled Hepatitis B FAQs for Health Professionals, the answer basically boils down to it being too much trouble for doctors to test expectant mothers and then keep the test records straight. Therefore, vaccinating every newborn provides a ‘safety net’ for medical facilities with personnel who cannot, or will not do their jobs properly. Consequently, approximately 4 million newborns in the United States every year are exposed to the inherent risks of a medical procedure to provide a ‘safety net’ for professionals with little regard for the health and safety of the patient.
The article below outlines just how serious the risks of Hepatitis B vaccinations may be for those who do not need this particular medical intervention. Read the article. Do your research. Decide for yourself who benefits from this vaccine.]
HepB Vaccine Causes Liver Disease: Science Shows How
By Heidi Stevenson
The science is definitive: The Hepatitis B vaccine is not only associated with liver disease, it causes it. The specific harm done is known, clearly documented. Low doses of the hepatitis B vaccine with aluminum adjuvant results in loss of mitochondrial integrity, cell death, and apoptosis, particularly in liver cells.
It is truly ironic that a vaccine supposedly for the purpose of protecting the liver is itself the cause of liver disease.
The authors of Hepatitis B vaccine induces apoptotic death in Hepa1–6 cells clearly point out that their concern is the adjuvant, aluminum hydroxide, with far-reaching implications, since aluminum is routinely used in children’s vaccines. Here is their conclusion:
“We conclude that exposure of Hepa1–6 cells to a low dose of adjuvanted hepatitis B vaccine leads to loss of mitochondrial integrity, apoptosis induction, and cell death, apoptosis effect was observed also in C2C12 mouse myoblast cell line after treated with low dose of vaccine (0.3, 0.1, 0.05 μg/ml). In addition In vivo apoptotic effect of hepatitis B vaccine was observed in mouse liver.”
The bottom line is that the hepatitis B vaccine is responsible for killing liver cells. By itself, that might not be such a big deal. However, this study joins a growing body of evidence demonstrating liver disease, along with other disorders, resulting from hepatitis B vaccinations and aluminum adjuvant, including: