[SaneVax: Of the ten doses in a multi-dose vaccine vial, the last dose may have significantly more ingredients than when the vaccine was manufactured. How does your medical provider handle the vaccines? How many people are present in the room when the vaccine is administered? Does the person administering the injection shake the vial thoroughly before withdrawing each dose? All of these factors contribute to potential bacterial contamination as well as possibly higher doses of thimerosal (mercury) as you get toward the bottom of the vial.]
Here is the Reason Your Child Should Not Be Number 10 in the Vaccine Queue
By Sandy Lunoe
It is not only what vaccines contain which should worry us but also the vaccine containers!
Would you choose a container which has a 27% risk of microbial contamination and where you may be injected with a huge dose of mercury and many rubber particles?
So the frightening news about the latest pandemic – goat, squirrel, fox , rat or is it bat flu –has scared you into getting in the vaccine queue? Well, quite frankly we don’t think that you should be there at all, but if you have made up your mind then at least you should make sure that you’re not number 10 in the queue!
Some vaccines are in single dose units, these being discarded after each dose has been injected. However, it is cheaper to manufacture vials which contain ten doses (“multi-dose”) ( 1), one dose being withdrawn ten times from the same vial.
(Vaccines in multi-dose vials include some brands of influenza, DT, Td, Japanese encephalitis and meningococcal vaccines).
So why should you avoid being number 10 in the queue, or number 20 or 30 for that matter?
THERE IS MOST MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION IN THE LAST FEW DOSES OF THE VIALS
Each time a dose is withdrawn there is risk of microbial contamination of the vaccine, the last doses being the most contaminated. Not only does contamination come from the air and surroundings, it is also caused by the doctor or nurse who administers the vaccine.