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Site link for what is in each vaccination.

post #1 of 10
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http://www.naturodoc.com/library/pub...ne_who_how.htm



Happy READING :Puke
post #2 of 10
Really, really great site from Dawn Winkler a concerned parent who will do just about anything to make us aware of the crap that's in those injections.

Thanks for posting it. By the way does anyone know what motivates Dawn Winkler?
post #3 of 10
At the top that says the info is from 1997....are there any lists like this out there with current info? It seems like everything I've found is at least this old and out of date.
post #4 of 10
And yet still current. Unfortunately! Other than the fact that they have reduced the mercury to a level that permits them to say it is removed, nothing has changed.

But maybe you can go to the library and confirm it via the PDR.
post #5 of 10
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Originally Posted by gardenmom
At the top that says the info is from 1997....are there any lists like this out there with current info? It seems like everything I've found is at least this old and out of date.
As per the CDC Feb 2001:

by ingredient: http://www.cdc.gov/nip/publications/.../Excipient.pdf

by vax:
http://www.cdc.gov/nip/publications/...excipient2.pdf

And of course, you can always check the most recent PDR.
post #6 of 10
Some of the ingredients are proprietary, so the ingredients lists for drugs and vaccines may not be complete. But the stuff they list is bad enough!

Nana
post #7 of 10
Here is another site that lists DTaP too.


http://www.wnho.net/vaccine_ingredients.htm

Amy
post #8 of 10
I keep meaning to print this off as I think people think I'm nuts when I tell them what's in vaccinations :
post #9 of 10
The link below is a pdf with tables of current vax and the contents totally disreguard the rest of the article since it was written by Offit But the tables are accurate and recent, 97 is good but the doc may claim that is old news kwim?This is from 'Pediatrics' vol 112 No. 6 December 2003 so very recent.

http://pediatrics.aappublications.o.../112/6/1394.pdf

page 2, bottom of page 3,bottom of page 4 lists gelatin content-not horrible but can cause allergic response if someone has allergy to it. Bottom of page 5 lists formaldhyde amounts,6 neoymcin (it sounds like a ton but really if you skip right to the tables it's quick reading).

Need to use the magnifier .

Here is some info I looked up on the ingredients:

http://physchem.ox.ac.uk/MSDS/PH/2-phenoxyethanol.html

phenoxyethanol is in the IPV shot,DTaP shot by 2 different brands,HepA, HepB and the HepA,B twinrix combo shot, it is also in pedirix that new 5-in-1 shot.

Quote from that link:
Toxicology
Harmful if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin. May cause reproductive defects. Severe eye and skin irritant.

So why is it safe for injection? Even in small amounts I don't see how it is safe. Similar to lead, how is any amount safe in a childs body?

and this:
http://physchem.ox.ac.uk/MSDS/PH/phenol.html

Phenol is in the samonella and phneumovax 23. That one is very toxic.

Aluminum hydroxide isn't as harmful but still listed as an eye or skin irritant.

http://physchem.ox.ac.uk/MSDS/AL/aluminium_sulfate.html

Aluminum sulfate is that link above,Harmful by inhalation, ingestion and through skin absorption. May irritate skin. Severe eye irritant

Pediarix contains both al.sulfate and al. phosphate.
Aluminum phosphate pdf
http://www.state.nj.us/health/eoh/rtkweb/0062.pdf
connection to alzheimers
http://www.commondreams.org/views02/0819-06.htm

Formaldehyde:
http://physchem.ox.ac.uk/MSDS/FO/formaldehyde.html

Neomycin which is often used in vax:
http://www.mold-survivor.com/neomycin.htm
Quote:
Neomycin is too toxic for parenteral administration and can only be used for infections of the skin or mucous membranes or to reduce the bacterial population of the colon proir to bowel surgery or in hepatitic failure."--BNF 5 (1983)

parenteral definition:
Parenteral: Entering the body not by the alimentary tract(GI Tract) but rather by another means (such as the subcutaneous, the intramuscular, or often the intravenous route).

from Medterms.com bascially it means by injection so neomycin is too toxic for injection why is it used in vax?? It is used in the MMR, separate Measles, mumps or rubella shots and the rabies shot. Often causes allergic reactions (maybe why my dd had reaction to MMR)

I posted the above in another thread that asked the same question. I hope that link still works it was originally posted in Feb of this year. I can't view PDFs right now, some days I can and some days I can't my pc is wacky.
post #10 of 10
Thank you so much for this great/gross info. I just happened to be scanning through this section when my MIL emailed me to "inform" me that I should get my DS vaccinated soon so he can attend school (he is 2 1/2!) Anyway, I emailed her our reasons, that we have explained to her before, but I hope that her seeing in-print the ingredients will be enough for her to accept/respect our decision.
Keep the info and support coming!!
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