CDC Flu Vaccine Recommendation for Pregnant Women Causes Serious Harm to Unborn Infants

Three newly published peer-reviewed studies confirm that infants exposed to mercury in utero suffer serious harm–including death.

1. A study in the journal, Human & Experimental Toxicology (Oct. 2012) examined FDA’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database and found an increase in reports of spontaneous abortion and stillbirths following pregnant woman’s vaccination against the flu and H1N1.

2. A report in the journal Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry (2012) found that the datademonstrated that Hg [mercury] exposures, particularly during the first trimester of pregnancy, at well-established dose/weight ratios produced severe damage to humans including death.”

3. A third report in the journal Archives of Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine (a JAMA Network journal) reports that prenatal exposure to mercury and fish is linked to behavior associated with Attention Deficit Hypertension Disorder.

The evidence is clear that mercury is toxic for children’s neurological development.

Although the government-industrial vaccine complex never acknowledged the harm produced by mercury (Thimerisol) toxicity in children’s vaccines, it was removed from most childhood vaccines.

It should not come as a surprise that mercury is harmful to developing human embryos–whether the mercury exposure is from fish, water, or vaccine adjuvants.

What then are officials at the Centers for Disease Control thinking when they recommend the flu vaccine–that contains mercury–for pregnant women?

Given that the flu is hardly a life-threatening illness, and given that the evidence of efficacy for the flu vaccine has been found to be negligible–at best–as determined by the Cochrane review, we question the morally irresponsible, medically unsupportable CDC recommendation urging pregnant women to get vaccinated with a vaccine containing mercury.

CDC officials who formulated the flu vaccine policy urging pregnant women to be vaccinated with a vaccine containing mercury–in complete disregard of the scientific evidence showing profound harm for the unborn–should be fired and the recommendation rescinded.  …

http://www.ahrp.org/cms/content/view/878/9/

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