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Why the anti-vaccine movement could lead to millions of deaths
 

Why the anti-vaccine movement could lead to millions of deaths

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Vaccines are widely seen as one of the greatest inventions in medical history. By introducing an agent into the body that resembles a microorganism - from polio to measles or smallpox - vaccines have saved millions of lives. Annually, an estimated two to three million deaths are prevented by jabs and liquid drops - a figure that could rise by 1.5million if more children and adults were treated, according to the UN’s World Health Organisation (WHO).
 
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28 Apr 2017 - General
 
Vaccines are very dangerous. They cause brain injury and immune disorders. And we now know why and how this happens: immune activation and cytokines. Immune activation during early brain development injures the brain and causes life-long neuro/psychiatric disorders and mental illnesses. The aluminum adjuvant present in most vaccines is especially dangerous. Experiments with animals prove that it causes brain injury at the dosages used in vaccines. Zero tests on vaccinated vs unvaccinated popula...
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